Experience the spice islands and the Kimberley

Be swept along on a tide of adventure through Australia’s remote north-west and Indonesia’s exotic Spice Islands, on this 2015 Australian Geographic Society special expedition.
By Chrissie Goldrick November 4, 2014 Reading Time: < 1 Print this page

The Kimberley is one of the world’s last true wilderness areas, and a destination that many Australians harbour dreams of visiting. With most of its 423,500sq.km inaccessible by road, the coast often provides a first encounter for those lucky enough to realise those dreams.

The other major drawcard of the Kimberley is its rich indigenous heritage. Nowhere is this more evident than in the rock art that adorns seemingly every cave. 

This trip also heads to Timore Leste as well as Komodo Island and Bali, as well as a few other Indonesian islands along the way.

Read the full story in #123 of Australian Geographic (Nov-Dec 2014).