Local people introduce you to The Kimberley & Broome...
Linsday Brown, Senior Ranger at Purnululu National Park
"To walk in there today and see the 360 million years of erosion in deeply incised gorges and chasms - it just makes you feel good"
James Wheating, Guide for Kimberley Wild Expeditions
"Broome is at the gateway to one of the last true wilderness areas of the world. There are pristine beaches, plenty of fish... no-one around for 100s of kilometres"
Taffy Abbots, owner of Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge, Gibb River Road
"What makes it so unique is the beauty of these ranges - these are some of the oldest in the world - it's such beautiful scenery - and such a beautiful feel to it all"
John "JR" Rodney, Pastoral manager and horse trainer at Home Valley Station
"There is no place in the world like the Kimberley - this is the last frontier in Australia and one of the last real frontiers in the world"
Mick Tippo, Aboriginal musician at Home Valley Station
"We're trying to keep it so everyone can sit back and relax and enjoy the country just like we've been doing for the past thirty thousand years"
Greg Quicke, Astro tours Broome
"Broome's great for stars because we get 300 clear nights a year - we've got access to all of the southern hemisphere and most of the northern hemisphere"
Neville Poelina, Aboriginal guide and WA Indigenous Tour Operators Committee
"We've been tour guides way before Captain Cook got here - we showed white settlers how to live here - we took them in as perfect hosts"
June Colless, Director of Spirit of Broome Hovercraft Company
"I really can recommend coming to Broome - particularly in our winter from May until November when I think we have a climate which is second to none"