PO Box 220, Broome 6725, Western Australia
Phone: (08) 9192 1246
Mobile: 0429 706 800
Fax: (08) 9192 1246
Kimberley Birdwatching is based in Broome, which is situated in the southwest corner of the Kimberley division. The Kimberley is one of the most exciting and least explored regions for the birdwatcher and naturalist. Our tours also cover the Northern Territory.
Temperature & Clothing
The temperature in the Kimberley averages between 25ºC – 38ºC. The Kimberley receives an average rainfall of between 500mm to 1400mm per year most of which falls between November and April, the ‘wet’ season. The weather in the Kimberley can be hot. Cool, loose clothing, hats and sunscreen are essential. Ideally your luggage should be contained in a soft bag for easy stowage.
Choosing Your Tour
We have tours available throughout the year departing from Broome. We can ‘design’ a tour to fit in with your plans and requirements and will be happy to discuss alternatives with you. Contact us for tour availability, itineraries and ideas.
We are a proud member of Wildlife Tourism Australia, a non-profit organisation established to promote the sustainable development of a diverse wildlife tourism industry that supports conservation.