Amazing landscape photography of the Kimberley, Western Australian images ready for you to have framed and display in your home and office for everyone to enjoy.
King's Cascades Falls - Prince Regent River
Eco Beach Wild Light, Broome
Mitchell Falls - Mitchell River National Park
Kimberley Rock Tree
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King’s Cascades Falls : Prince Regent River : SKU 30/70
The remote Prince Regent River in the East Kimberley is a pristine waterway that cuts through sandstone cliffs and gorges. It is the heart of Wandjina country. The stunning terraced rock formations of Kings Cascade waterfall are part of the Prince Region River. The river offers spectacular scenery. In some places it runs entirely straight through the Pitta Gorge between near vertical cliffs. The Prince Regent River area contains some of Australia’s most spectacular coastal scenery, with sandstone cliff lines falling directly to the sea.
Eco Beach is located in the spectacularly beautiful and rugged Kimberley region of Western Australia. It is just ten minutes by helicopter or a little over an hour by car from the famous pearling town of Broome. Eco Beach can cater for arrivals by boat, helicopter or even plane, touching down on a private landing strip.
Wandjina Painting –Common name Gwion Gwion – SKU 28/70
The remote coastline of north Western Australia, known as The Kimberley, was probably the first landing site on Australia. Groups of our early ancestors crossed by boat from Timor up to 60,000 years ago. At some point, these early ancestors began to decorate the red sandstone rocks with exquisite and detailed rock art. Known as Wandjina rock art these paintings are endemic to the Kimberley area of Australia. The number of rock art sites in the Kimberley region, both for the Bradshaw paintings and the Wandjina paintings have been estimated to be over 100,000 in number.
The Mitchell Falls, Mitchell River National Park – SKU 24/70
The Mitchell Falls are located in the 115,300 hectare Mitchell River National Park, in the remote Kimberley region of north west Western Australia. Designated in 2000 the Mitchell River National Park is very important culturally and spiritually to the Wunambal people, who have lived here for thousands of years. The area is rich in Wandjina and Bradshaw rock art.
The biological significance of the Mitchell River National Park is due to the variety of unique habitats these highlands provide, and the resulting rich diversity of flora and wildlife.
Photographed from Camp Creek, about 15 kilometers down river from the mouth of the Prince Regent River.
Many trees, including this beautiful gum tree, have taken root in the rock faces of gorges carved out of the sandstone cliffs in the Kimberley river systems.
The Kimberley region extends from the dry red sand dunes of the Great Sandy Desert in the south through rugged sandstone escarpments of the sub humid Kimberley Plateau and Timor Sea in the north. It extends east to the Northern Territory border. Covering some 423,500 square kilometers it is nearly twice the size of the State of Victoria and three times the size of England.