Kimberley Accommodation – Planning the Perfect Kimberley Experience

The Kimberley, one of Western Australia’s nine regions situated in the far north of the state, is an unforgettable holiday destination. Celebrated for its breathtaking beauty, it’s home to an abundance of natural assets, wildlife, and resources set against a backdrop of spectacular wilderness. The iconic Kimberley region offers a holiday experience unparalleled anywhere in the world.

Dramatic coastlines hide secluded coves sheltered by stunning rock formations; hidden waterfalls carve paths through ancient rock formations; limestone cliffs tower over crystal pools; rugged mountains cast shadows over the Outback desert, and the red dirt of unpaved roads is synonymous with the self-drive holidays that remain the best way to explore all The Kimberley has to offer.

The Kimberley Experience and Attractions

The Kimberley offers boundless attractions and experiences the whole family will enjoy. Spread across 423,517 square kilometres, and with an abundance of natural landmarks, wilderness tours, day trips, activities and adventures to suit every pace, the ideal Kimberley experience is best spread over a number of weeks. Itinerary highlights might include:

  • The Gibb River Road
  • The Bungle Bungles
  • Cape Leveque
  • Mitchell Falls
  • Broome
  • Derby
  • Fitzroy Crossing
  • El Questro
  • Lake Argyle
  • Halls Creek
  • National Parks & Gorges
  • Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater
  • And so much more ….

Kimberley Accommodation

LakeArgyle24The key to maximising your visit is selecting the right Kimberley accommodation – a pivotal base for your visit – because there’s just so much to see and do.

Perfectly positioned to service travellers entering or leaving the East Kimberley from the Northern Territory, Lake Argyle Resort and Caravan Park offers a wide range of comfortable accommodation options spread across ten magnificent hectares. Set amid the stunning natural setting of Lake Argyle’s embankment, the site combines relaxation with adventure with guests taking advantage of the many tours, day trips and activities the resort offers.

Whether you’re an adventure camper, backpacker, or travelling by caravan or RV, Lake Argyle Resort and Caravan Park has the facilities and amenities to make your stay comfortable and affordable, with some unexpected features to surprise and delight.

Lake Argyle Accommodation includes:

  • Camping and Caravaning – 110 powered sites, and 40 additional camping sites and group areas. All sites are well shaded and positioned to maxmise the tranquil setting and stunning scenery.
  • Studio Rooms and Cabins – Comfortable, clean, air conditioned, and ensuited – a functional retreat with configurations available to accommodate up to five guests.
  • Lake View Villas – All the comforts of home with an elevated viewpoint of Lake Argyle. Well-equipped with a fridge, microwave, TV, the villas offer the perfect place to relax and take in the views from your private deck. Choose from one or two bedrooms, with ensuites.
  • Lake View Grand VillasWith four bedrooms, four ensuites, large outdoor deck / entertaining area, appliances and mod cons, and an unspoiled outlook across Lake Argyle, a grand villa can comfortably sleep up to ten guests and merges comfort with convenience.

IMG_5270 (2)Lake Argyle’s extensive facilities include spotless amenity blocks, on site laundry, camp kitchens, BBQ and picnic areas, convenience store, tour booking office, and a popular restaurant / café with a dining facilities catering for family meals through to weddings and other functions.

A 35 meter infinity pool is the entertainment and relaxation heart of Lake Argyle. Blending seamlessly with the backdrop of the lake, it offers sublime views and a sense of tranquility it would be difficult to match.

Charlie Sharpe, owner and operator of Lake Argyle Resort and Caravan Park, and long-term Kimberley resident understands the magic of the region lies in its unspoiled wilderness and the grandeur of its scenery. “The landscape is the real attraction of The Kimberley,” says Charlie. “No matter what we do at the Resort it’s never going to exceed what the magnificence of the setting. That’s why we’ve designed our accommodation to be built seamlessly around the environment. Guests can experience unsurpassed views and feel totally immersed in their surroundings.”

To make the most of your Lake Argyle experience, Charlie recommends guests allow a stopover of several days. “There is so much to do. From bird watching to canoeing, bushwalking and fishing, boat cruising or mountain biking, or simply relaxing, Lake Argyle offers something for everyone.”

Open year round, with the dry season (June to August) representing their peak, Lake Argyle is the ideal Kimberley accommodation. If you’re planning the perfect layover for your Kimberley experience, contact us to make a booking.