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With a name that aptly means “a place to sit down”, the Imintji campground has a sheltered setting at the foot of the Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Situated in a unique location close to the Gibb River Road and the Imintji Aboriginal Community, this shady wilderness camp takes full advantage of its prime indigenous-owned site and affords magnificent views of the Wunaamin Miliwundi escarpment. With easy access to natural attractions like Bell Gorge, Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge, this camp is the perfect base for exploring the majestic western Kimberley, as well as getting an insight into Aboriginal history and culture.

Imintji was created with the area's unique ecosystem in mind and is certified as an eco-camp. The 24 tents are simple yet comfortably appointed with twin beds and shared facilities. Guests enjoy hearty breakfasts and dinners accompanied by a complimentary glass of wine.

Imintji, at a glance

  • Well-placed wilderness campground located in an Aborigine-owned site close to the Gibb River Road
  • Spectacular location at the foot of the Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges Conservation Park (formerly the King Leopold Ranges)
  • 24 comfortable tents with twin beds
  • Wonderful views across the escarpment
  • Welcome stop-over for Kimberley travellers
  • Newly refurbished with modern amenities

For leisure and pleasure

  • Perfectly situated for exploring the western Kimberley region
  • Nearby natural attractions include Bell Gorge, Tunnel Creek, Windjana Gorge and their surrounds
  • Community store offering basic amenities, fresh staples and great coffee
  • Browse local arts and crafts in the Imintji Art Centre
  • Visits to the indigenous community to learn about Aboriginal history and culture
  • Barbeque area and open fireplace

  • Just first class! Interested, imaginative and very helpful.

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