North West Australia -

Boundless Nature

North West Australia is a nature paradise par excellence – pristine wilderness, a lonely coast more than 500 kilometres long and a subtropical climate form a magnificent backdrop. Broome is the hub for travelling West Australia’s northern regions and a charming, small town. The most popular route to reach Broome is travelling north from Perth past the Coral Coast and along the scenic beaches that characterise the region. Pristine surroundings and unique attractions abounding around Broome, the town has become a popular destination for Australian discovering their own country. Some of the highlights that draw the visitors are the crocodile farm and the Stairway to the Moon. The Stairway to the Moon is a peculiar illusion that occurs in full moon nights between April and October. The moon’s light is reflected in a unique manner by pools left by the receding flood, creating the illusion of a stairway – a stirring spectacle to witness! Broome has many diverse attractions: Cable Beach is serenely beautiful and best explored on camelback. In the evening, enjoy a movie at the open-air cinema with the southern hemisphere’s brilliant night sky sparkling above.The Bungles Bungles are a must-do: The peculiar stone towers are clad in horizontal stripes and as spectacular as the famous Ayers Rock. Take the turn of the Great Northern Road to get to the Purnululu National Park. The Bungles Bungles can be explored hiking or on a scenic helicopter flight. Charge your GPS batteries before heading into the Kimberley region. The Kimberleys are for adventure-seekers: One of the world’s most isolated regions with very few facilities, the Kimberleys boast infinite wilderness, rugged gorges, thundering waterfalls, tropical rainforests and vast savannah plains dotted with peculiar Boab Trees. Only a handful of tiny villages are strewn across a region approximately three times the size of England. The Kimberleys are a fine example for the Australian outback and house a population of merely 30,000.Wilderness highlights abound in West Australia. The Karijini National Park’s attractions are crystal-clear rock pools, often fed by romantic waterfalls – the perfect setup for a refreshing dip and a swim beneath one of the waterfalls. The best time to travel West Australia’s north-west is May as well as October and November – shortly after and before the rainy season. Allow INTOSOL to steer you to the pristine wilderness of West Australia and explore the lonely land on an air-safari, on a private guided tour or with a rental vehicle. We are looking forward to your call!
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Best season

April until November


Airplane to Broome Airport


Red deserts, tropical rain forest, refreshing gorges, worldwide unique landscape formations


Hiking, fishing


Bungles Bungels in Purnululu National Park, Karjini National Park, Cable Beach in Broome, Dampier Peninsula

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Intosol promise

  • Consulting by North West Australia experts
  • We know hotels personally and we advise you competently
  • Appropriate offices/ hotel products in North West Australia – "we are close"
  • Constant control of our service by own local employees
  • High quality service before, during and after your journey
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* price per person/week including flight

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