The 100-metre twin waterfalls of King George Falls is one of Western Australia’s most astounding spectacles and its highest twin falls. As it plunges over soaring red sandstone cliffs into tidal waters, you can take an invigorating freshwater shower at its base, or view this 2,000 million year-old wilderness coast from the air.
Due to its remote location, a cruise to the King George River gorge or a scenic flight over the north Kimberley coast are the only ways to access King George Falls. Flights depart from Broome and Kununurra, and cruises are available from Kununurra.
April and May are the best times to visit, when the falls are thundering after good rains.
Along the way, you’ll also get to witness the untouched beauty of one of the last true wilderness coasts on Earth, including the 1,000 tiny islands and secluded beaches of the pristine Buccaneer Archipelago.
Nature & Wildlife