Must-see hotels in Broome & The Kimberley

  • Kimberley Coastal Camp

    Guided activities include fishing, bushwalking, birdwatching, cooking lessons and rock-art tours at this exclusive camp on the eastern side of Admiralty…

  • Port Smith Caravan Park

    There's loads of wildlife at this sandy park on a tidal lagoon, 160km south of Broome and 487km from Port Hedland. Shady tent sites, a camp kitchen and…

  • Kimberley Cottages

    Ideal for families with their own wheels, or those looking at longer stays, these fully self-contained cottages are out of town in leafy surrounds. Take…

  • Bungle Bungle Savannah Lodge

    Two grades of cabins, both with or without meals, are available on Bellburn Creek in the middle of Purnululu National Park. If you cannot live without a…

  • Spinifex Hotel

    Rising phoenix-like from the ashes of the old Spini, this sleek resort has corporate-class rooms (some with kitchenettes) and an on-site restaurant (mains…

  • Berkeley River Lodge

    Twenty luxury air-con villas sit on top of a dune above the pristine coastline of Joseph Bonaparte Gulf. All meals and some activities are included…

  • Barn Hill Station

    Barn Hill, 490km from Port Hedland and 130km south of Broome, is a working cattle station with its own 'mini Pinnacles'. It's especially popular among…

  • Kalumburu Mission

    The mission has an attached low-key campground (power $12 extra per site; dongas available), a fledgling art studio and a small museum.

  • Lake Kununurra Discovery Park

    Shady, pet-friendly park right on the water's edge, within walking distance to the Pumphouse. Can be quite cramped during peak season.

  • Halls Creek Motel

    Right on the highway, there's a variety of well-equipped rooms, from budget to deluxe with spa. Russian Jack's opens for dinner.

  • Barnett River Gorge

    Bush campsites several kilometres off the Gibb down a sandy track are a nicer alternative to crowded Manning River Gorge.

  • El Questro Homestead

    Perched literally on the cliff-edge of Chamberlain Gorge, these luxury rooms include gourmet meals and guided tours around the property. Minimum two-night…

  • Mango Campground

    Grunge o'clock, the Mango's bare dirt sites are loved by backpacker van crews and anyone else under the age of 30. If you seek quiet, go somewhere else.

  • Willare Bridge Roadhouse

    Fuel up and grab a burger ($16) at this friendly roadhouse near the Fitzroy River. Camp sites and dongas available.

  • Banana Well Getaway

    Quiet, friendly and relaxed, near the southern shore of Beagle Bay; there's not much to do here other than fish.

  • Emma Gorge Resort

    This resort has an open-air bar and restaurant, though the non-air-con cabins are stuffy and overpriced.

  • Pardoo Roadhouse

    Camping, budget rooms, road tucker and 24-hour fuel at this roadhouse located 148km from Port Hedland.

  • Honeymoon Bay

    The end of the road. There are rough beach campsites, minimal facilities and amazing fishing.

  • Palm Grove

    Very clean park close to Cable Beach though not all sites are shaded. No unpowered sites.

  • McGowan Island

    Bare-bones camping on a beach with legendary fishing at the end of a wrecked road.