Reel in the region's prized fish on an intrepid fishing tour with East Kimberley Charters. The locally owned and operated charter takes avid fishing enthusiasts to a far-flung locale in the Cambridge Gulf to have a chance of catching the highly sought barramundi.
Board a 6.6m marine vessel from Wyndham to venture into the region's most remote waterways. Cruise along teal waterways fringed by mangroves, passing sporadic fields of tawny round rocks with burnished orange ranges in the distance to find your fishing spot. Cast a line at 'drunken trees' in water – a magnet for finned predators sourcing their food – to land your catch.
The intimate charter trip is an adventurous way to experience the Kimberley wilderness with all meals, drinks with complimentary alcoholic beverages (for adults only), fishing gear and tackle, and transfers from Kununurra included.
Price: $880 per adult
More info: East Kimberley Charters
5. Black Rock Falls
The Kimberley is blessed with many waterfalls, but there's one the locals want to keep to themselves. Black Rock Falls is a diamond in the rough. A local favourite, the falls, 32km northwest of Kununurra, can only be accessed by 4WD. It is best to view the falls during the wet season after heavy rains when waterfalls have a heavy flow. Simply magical.
More info: visitkununurra.com/learn/argyle-diamonds/black-rock-falls
Address: Valentine Springs Road, Kununurra WA 6743
6. Molly Springs