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The Kimberley, Western Australia

Located in Australia's beautiful northwest, the Kimberley is one of the world’s oldest and largest wilderness landscapes. Only 40,000 people are inhabitants of the ancient region, with fewer people per square kilometre than almost any other place on earth. Its predominantly untouched coastline featuring pristine white silica shores and shimmering azure seas is an extraordinary contrast to the towering red sandstone escarpments, open sky and sweeping plains. Delicate coastal sandbanks, isles, inlets and other natural phenomena are routinely unveiled by the retreat of large tidal currents which dictate when and what to explore throughout the region, whilst providing a stunning canvas unrivalled on the Australian landscape.

"SOME LANDSCAPES ONLY BECOME VISIBLE AFTER YOU TAKE OFF"