One of the most remote outback wilderness retreats in the world, Faraway Bay combines pure comfort and relaxation, with bush camp simplicity.
It is a truly unique and awe-inspiring Australian outback experience.
Cocooned in this stunning natural environment, there is nothing to distract you from absorbing the extraordinary sights, sounds and magic of this isolated slice of the Kimberley.
Faraway Bay provides visitors with an exceptionally rare opportunity to experience a unique, fascinating and remote area of outback Australia.
The location features a relatively unexplored landscape.
Here, you will find many highly significant ancient rock art (including some of the oldest Ice Age artwork in the world), Bradshaw Rock Art, archaeological and historical sites, abundant fresh and salt water fishing, stunning natural wonders, and a plethora of wildlife.
Immersed in Kimberley History
The massive pylons at Faraway Bay’s Eagle Lodge once supported the Wyndham Wharf and the power poles once carried the original telegraph line between Wyndham and Halls Creek.
Everywhere you look, there is a story to be told, giving our bush camp a unique and eclectic atmosphere.
With no road access, there is no chance of uninvited visitors dropping in. The camp is truly exclusive and only accessible by helicopter or light aircraft.
We don’t allow electronic equipment such as televisions, radio, so you can thoroughly immerse yourself in nature, escape, rest and recuperate. No mobile reception, so you can leave the work distractions behind. Plus, there’s no room key to worry about!
With comprehensive local knowledge, guiding and bush skills, our staff will take you on a journey of the senses. They will share with you their love of Faraway Bay, leaving you in awe and appreciation of our stunning natural surrounds.
Nature at its Finest
Inclusive in every stay at Faraway Bay, is a boat cruise along the magnificent King George River to experience the twin King George Falls. This truly iconic Australian wonder is not visited by any other land-based accommodation and is usually only visible by air.
Our cruise along the King George River is a once-in-a-lifetime experience you’ll never forget, often described as going through an open-air cathedral