From our sponsors: On the north-west corner of the Australian continent, there is a place so remote, so far away from anywhere, it’s called Faraway Bay.
Faraway Bay, The Bush Camp is a truly unique retreat, nestled on a rocky hilltop overlooking the Timor Sea, in the remote East Kimberley region of WA.
On offer is remarkable natural beauty, isolation and history – all set in a remote slice of outback Australia.
Visitors fly by light aircraft 280km north west from Kununurra, over a timeliness and untouched landscape, then ride by 4WD to The Bush Camp.
All eight secluded cabins have spectacular views of Faraway Bay.
Guests wake up each morning to birdsong and enjoy breakfast in the open air ‘Eagle Lodge’, perfect for lounging, dining and daydreaming.
Cruise to the spectacular King George Falls; fish the tidal creeks; explore; learn about bush tucker and discover ancient rock art, then cool off in the spring fed pool back at camp.
Evening entertainment begins as the last rays dance across the rocks and water in a kaleidoscope of colour.
Feast on fresh seafood complimented by fine Australian wines.
Stargaze until dawn or drift off to the soothing sounds of waves lapping the shore.
While the wildlife is prolific, the neighbours are not.  With a maximum of twelve guests at any time privacy is ensured.
Ease into nature’s rhythm.  Relax.  Explore.  Relax some more.
Faraway Bay – an exclusive bush camp for a spectacular wilderness experience.
Bookings & Enquiries:
T: 08 9169 1214
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