Panoramic Photos: Kimberley region, Western Australia

I took a lot of great photos in the Kimberley region of Western Australia during my roadtrip but it’s hard to convey the size of the place and what the landscape all around you looks like with one photo. That’s why I also took several panoramic photos during the trip to show you a wider view of the landscape: mostly around the Bungle Bungles, Wolfe Creek Crater and Gantheaume Point at the southern end of Cable Beach in Broome.

Click on the small preview photos below to view larger versions of the photo on Flickr.

These panorama photos shared on Flickr are a medium sized version of the originals which are too big to display except on a really big computer monitor or TV and have far too large filesizes to share on the internet.

Gantheaume Point, Southern end of Cable Beach, Broome – Kimberley, Western Australia – Panoramic Photos

Gantheaume Point, Southern end of Cable Beach, Broome - Kimberleys, Western Australia

Gantheaume Point, Southern end of Cable Beach, Broome - Kimberleys, Western Australia

Gantheaume Point, Southern end of Cable Beach, Broome - Kimberleys, Western Australia

Gantheaume Point, Southern end of Cable Beach, Broome - Kimberleys, Western Australia

Gantheaume Point, Southern end of Cable Beach, Broome - Kimberleys, Western Australia

The Bungle Bungles/Purnululu National Park, Kimberley, Western Australia – Panoramic Photos

Bungle Bungles Cathedral Gorge Panorama

Bungle Bungles Panorama

Bungle Bungles Panorama

Bungle Bungles Panorama

Bungle Bungles Panorama

Bungle Bungles Panorama

Bungle Bungles Panorama - Aerial View from Slingair Helicopter

Wolfe Creek Crater National Park – Kimberley, Western Australia – Panoramic Photos

Wolfe Creek Crater Panorama - Walking trail from Rim to the Centre

Wolfe Creek Crater Panorama - Side View

Geikie Gorge panorama – Kimberley, Western Australia – Panoramic Photo

Geikie Gorge panorama

Coburn/Cockburn Ranges Ranges – Kimberley, Western Australia (not clear due to smoke from burn off fires) – Panoramic Photo

Coburn/Cockburn Ranges Ranges panorama (not clear due to smoke from burn off fires)

Broome Bird Observatory Beach at Low Tide – Panoramic Photo

Broome Bird Observatory Beach at Low Tide Panorama

8 thoughts on “Panoramic Photos: Kimberley region, Western Australia”

  1. excellent collection, appear to be archaeological sites, beautiful landscapes. The day was perfect when taken, are beautiful with the blue sky ..

  2. Cool pictures. What is Government doing to preserve this beautiful place?

    Do they have local tour guides for visitors?

    Very well composed, Neerav. This is an excellent resource for people. And you pointed out an item about which I didn’t know! Good stuff. 🙂

  3. Amazing view. No doubt Australia is really a wonder. We are actually planning to have a vacation and were are looking for a great place and its first in our list. Thank you so much!

  4. Amazing……..very beautiful pictures………..Australia is really a wonder……..This place is very very impressive and attractive…………..thnx for sharing with us……..Thnx for great pictures………..

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