With Camping with Custodians – a joint initiative of Tourism WA and local Indigenous communities – you can pitch a tent or pull up a van at five community run camping grounds across WA, from Imintji on Gibb River Road in the Kimberley to Peedamulla cattle station, 75 kilometres south-east of Onslow.

Gibb River Road, Western Australia

Anyone who’s visited Australia’s north-west – the blinding red and bleached aqua of the Kimberley, the epic Pilbara – knows that within the majestic rocks, mysterious caves and inviting plunge pools there are secrets; stories handed down over millennia to the guardians of this ancient landscape.

For visitors, it’s a unique immersion into a rich culture. For the custodians, who guide you through a range of experiences, your stay provides income, jobs and invaluable training.

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