Derby Attractions

Tunnel Creek National Park is approximately 91 hectares in size and is home to Western Australia's oldest cave system. It is also famous for being a hideout used late last century by an Aboriginal lea...
Carved by the Lennard River from a limestone range, Windjana Gorge is where you will find some of the best preserved fossil reefs in the world. Said by geologists to have formed a massive barrier reef...
Tackling the natural frontier between Derby and Kununurra, the Gibb River Road is a 600 kilometre journey through through the wild Kimberley region. Take the dirt road to adventure and discover specta...
Walking trails, campsites, swimming and waterfalls.
A spectacular gorge accessible in the dry season by 4WD from Gibb River Road. Campsites, swimming, and waterfalls.
occur during March/April and September/October. These tides rise and fall ten metres or more on a ten and a half hour cycle.
Boab trees are found only in the Kimberleys and 7km south is an enormous Australian Boab tree with a girth of 14 metres and estimated to be 4000 years old.