Kimberley Wildlife

North West Australia is home to a diverse and unique range of Kimberley wildlife, birdlife, and plants which have evolved over thousands of years to co-exist, and survive within the terrain.

Within this last frontier of unspoilt natural beauty, rare and endangered species of fauna and flora can florish within a unique wilderness environment that is protected, strengthened & preserved by conservation parks and reserves. Whilst driving the Gibb River Road you will see animals such as Agile wallabies jumping across rock outcrops, Antilopine Kangaroos traversing the grassy plains, & Goannas basking in the sun on the road side.




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You can see birdlife such as Brolgas and Jabirus exploring swamp lands, as well as Wedge tailed eagles, brown falcons & black breasted buzzards soaring above you.


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The Gibb River Road also presents you with the opportunity to see rare plant life unique to the Kimberley region. Boab trees, which live for hundreds of years, with their wide limbs and bulbous trunks glisten in the sunlight, as they stand regally on the tops of rocky outcrops, and throughout the valleys along the roadside.

The creek beds and riversides are lined with lush vegetation including magnificent old paper bark trees, river gums and pandanus.





"Kurrajong trees" with their splendid red flowers,and "Kapok" trees with their delightful yellow flowers brighten up the landscape of the Kimberley.Beautiful ancient rainforest pockets can be seen stretching down the sides of the ranges along the water courses with a variety of palm trees and ferns.