At a Glance: Castaway eco-retreat built upon the remote shore of the northern Kimberley in Western Australia.
There are few places more castaway than Kimberley Coastal Camp – a remote eco-lodge so remote that it’s only accessible via helicopter or light aircraft. Located on the remote shores of the Admiralty Gulf in far-north Kimberley of Western Australia, this luxe outdoor retreat guarantees a secluded and intimate experience for you, your specialised hosts, and a maximum of sixteen guests at any given time. Stay in unique and relaxed beach front accommodation with private ensuites within landscapes of red sandstone, native grasses and sweeping ocean, relax in the communal ‘Shed’, and explore the surrounds by foot and boat, or by helicopter at additional cost.
Within this beautiful and fragile environment, the seas ripples with marine life perfect for barramundi fishing, mud crabbing and oyster gathering, while the bushland teems with native animals to keep your eyes peeled for, including endangered quolls, olive pythons, wild dingoes and sea eagles. Interpretative guiding by your hosts can lead you to ancient and marvellous Wandjina rock art, some of the oldest Aboriginal rock art in the world, or at additional cost you can helicopter over the famous Mitchell Plateau and vast landscapes lined with creeks and gorges. On-site, you might simply relax on the beach with a glass of wine after enjoying unpretentious and delicious chef-prepared meals – when you’re castaway at Kimberley Coastal Camp, there’s no worries.