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Kimberley Coastal Camp

Accommodation Overview

Established in 1994 Kimberley Coastal Camp is nestled on the pristine shores of the Admiralty Gulf in the heart of Kimberley wilderness. From the moment you step onto the white beach ‘doorstep’ at Kimberley Coastal Camp, you feel like you are one of very few people for hundreds of kilometres. You are. A place for the heart and soul, limiting guests to just 16 (max), creating an intimate atmosphere while reducing the impact on this fragile environment. When we say we’re isolated and pristine – we mean it.

Spend your days fishing for the fabled Barramundi and dozens of other tropical species in the pristine azure waters the area is famous for. Or, check out the exquisite indigenous art forms that adorn caves and rock panels. Explore on foot, by boat or helicopter this ancient land and experience the local birds, wildlife, bush tucker, and medicines first hand. You may prefer to take it easy on the boat, cruising and picnicking on deserted islands fringed by Boab trees, or sipping a cool drink from the day bed. The choices are yours.

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Rooms

Enjoy accommodation in a private unique beachfront bungalow. Comfortable, spacious accommodation, which past guests have said to be “as close to sleeping under the stars that you could get, even the bathrooms had a view not to be missed!” Includes all gourmet meals and snacks prepared fresh daily onsite by your chef (all dietary requirements catered for), all non-alcoholic refreshments; professional passionate & knowledgeable guides;

guided fishing, mud crabbing and oyster gathering (tide permitting); guided ancient Indigenous Art & Cultural Tour with lunch in a secluded location; localised fishing, shark feeding, abundant wildlife, bush and coastal walks, spectacular views, rest & relaxation.

Freshwater Pool and many great games and good reads from the library. Laundry service available (daily if required).

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