Before Broome was famous for Cable Beach and sunset camel rides, it was known as one of the world's great pearling ports.
And before there were pearlers, there were dinosaurs. At nearby Guantheaume Point, at the southern end of Cable Beach, fossilised dinosaur footprints are embedded in the craggy, red rocks overlooking the ocean.
In fact, much of the Kimberley feels prehistoric. From the humbling Windjana and Geike Gorges, to the spectacular horizontal waterfall at Talbot Bay, there is so much to see.
If you'd like to explore more of this remarkable region, our Tour Desk will happily make all the arrangements for you, free of charge.