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Kimberley Hotel
Australia's North West - Halls Creek
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The 4 star Kimberley Hotel is cool, elegant and tranquil. The hotel is set amongst delightful gardens, with verandah's and pathways that connect the accommodation building to the reception complex with an attractive colonial style sports lounge, saloon bar, cocktail bar and ala carte restaurant. The Kimberley Hotel is adjacent to the airport and approximately 500 metres from the Halls Creek Post Office and town centre the Kimberley Hotel has view of the surrounding country side. An interesting and innovative Kimberley building style of high roofs and wide verandahs is evident as you move into the Kimberley Hotel's spacious interior. Watch for the brahmin-hide facings and the extensive use of exposed jarrah timbers salvaged from the old Fremantle Woolstores. Halls Creek, the oasis of the Kimberley, sits on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert. It is also the closest town to the Purnululu National Park where you will find the astounding Bungle Bungle massif. Now a quiet town, Halls Creek was once the hub of a gold rush in the late 1800s. The smell of gold fever lingers on. Prospectors still visit and live here and further inland at Old Halls Creek, the original site of the township. It's a great spot to buy a golden souvenir that is literally 'worth its weight in gold'.

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Tel:(08) 9168 6101
Fax: (08) 9168 6071
Address: Roberta Avenue Halls Creek Western Australia 6770

  • Visiting Whim Creek Pub and hear the tale of the beer-drinking camel.
  • Four wheel driving to Cape Leveque and learning more about indigenous culture.  At the end of the day return to Broome and enjoy dinner and live entertainment at Divers Tavern.
  • Checking out the interesting memorabilia and enjoying a pub meal at the Crossing Inn .
  • Taking a camel ride along Broome's famous Cable Beach .
  • Exploring the dramatic gorges, secret canyons and enticing rock pools of Karijini National Park and the magical Bungle Bungle range.


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