One of the Kimberley's best-kept secrets, this vast subterranean labyrinth, 90km southeast of Fitzroy Crossing, on Gooniyandi land, houses a significant collection of Aboriginal rock art and some of the most impress…
Soak your weary, corrugations-bashed body in this beautiful, permanent pool on the Black Elvire River, 45km from Halls Creek. Free, 24-hour camping allowed.
Great bushwalking, swimming and secluded camp sites await the traveller prepared to cross the rocky Albert Edward Range in this gorge 50km from Halls Creek.
This Fitzroy Crossing gallery is where desert and river tribes interact, producing unique acrylics, prints and baskets.
Between Kununurra and Halls Creek, Warmun artists create abstract works using ochres to explore Gija identity.
Small and remote, this tiny Aboriginal community is home to only 20 people. Tourists are welcome, there are simple camp sites and you can participate in a range of cultural activities like hunting, fishing, traditio…
This tiny not-for-profit gallery in the back of the community school has interesting contemporary-style and traditional art and crafts detailing local history. It's 120km west of Halls Creek and 5km from the Great N…
Marnin is the Walmajarri word for women and this studio uses crafts such as boab-nut painting, textile printing and bush-nut jewellery-making to bind together the women of the various local language groups.
Amateur geologists will marvel at this vein of white quartzite sticking out of the red dirt and spinifex, 6km from Halls Creek.
Halls Creek gallery showcasing talented local artists as well as some Ringer Soak mob.