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Far, Far Away | Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine

Head to Western Australia’s Kimberley Coast to experience Wine in the Wilderness where winemaker Larry Cherubino chooses spectacular drops to savour in a unique location. Wine writer Nick Ryan reviews Faraway Bay’s exclusive four-day wine tasting retreat. To find out more about Wine in the Wilderness or to make a booking enquiry, click here.  Read More ...

Top 3 - Kimberley luxury retreats | Scoop Magazine

Faraway Bay has made the Top 3 list of luxury Kimberley retreats, as chosen by Scoop Magazine’s Editor, David Hogan. Read all about why he loved staying with us so much…      Read More ...

The meal I'll never forget | Australian Traveller Magazine

Australian Traveller Magazine asked Australia’s top travel writers to share their favourite dining memories.  Here’s what travel and food writer Fleur Bainger said…  Read More ...

Satisfy your gourmet cravings | Traveltalk Magazine

Heading north of Perth?  No problem – even the rugged outback can satisfy your gourmet cravings.  Read story in Traveltalk Magazine here.  Read More ...

Way out West | Traveltalk Magazine

Western Australia’s outback truly is the last frontier – a vast wilderness that seems to encapsulate everything visitors picture Australia to be.  Experience the dramatic waterfalls, ancient red-faced gorges and abundance of native flora and fauna from these true blue outback retreats.  Read the story by West Aussie travel guru Jessica Zoiti here.Read More ...

Wine in the Wilderness | Australian Traveller Magazine

Fine wine and a luxurious bush retreat – is there a better match?  Alissa Jenkins of Australian Traveller Magazine reports…  Read More ...

The art of travel | Australian Traveller Magazine

Australian Traveller Magazine loves our 'Rock Art Retreat' tour. Read the story in the Outback Issue.Read More ...

The Kimberley named in top travel list by New York Times

The New York Times’ top travel list for 2013 is out and Western Australia’s remote Kimberley region is named as one of the best places in the world to visit. The Kimberley was the only Australian destination to earn a place in the ‘Top 46′ list, taking out the number 19 spot. Tim Neville from the […]Read More ...

Check out rare rock art | The Sunday Times

Kimberley Aboriginal rock artLuxury bush camp Faraway Bay in the Kimberley is hosting two Rock Art Retreats this year. The four-day retreats include tours to rare indigenous art sites not usually accessed by the general public. Read story by The Sunday Times' Escape Travel writer, Angela Saurine. Read More ...

Far away on a Kimberley Bay Rock Art | The West Australian

Faraway Bay, The Bush Camp will host two rock art retreats from May 2-6 and from July 15-19. Participants will get a chance to see some of the finest examples of the late Pleistocene Bradshaw style of rock art in Australia. Click to read the story. …or for more information on our Rock Art Retreats, […]Read More ...

Award winning Faraway Bay offers helicopter tours | Australian Pilot Magazine

Remote North Kimberley wilderness retreat Faraway Bay has added exhilarating helicopter flights as an optional extra for guests during their stay at the multi-award-winning bush camp. Read the full story here.Read More ...

Escape far, far away | Australian Mining Magazine

“Being on the edge of forever.” That’s how Australian Mining Magazine describes a stay at Faraway Bay in its latest R&R special feature supplement.  It’s the perfect holiday for the workers in the mining industry. Read the full story here.Read More ...

Western Australia sophistication | TravelTalk Magazine

WA has enough to entice even the most sophisticated traveller, discovers Jessica Zoiti. Read the full story here…  Read More ...

Australian 'Glamping' Experiences - Faraway Bay a Facebook favourite

Glamping [glamorous + camping] – a form of going camping, with glamour. It’s like regular camping, but with nicer things than usual – being warmer, good food and the physical comforts associated with more luxurious types of holiday. Faraway Bay has been showcased as one of the top 12 Australian Glamping Experiences on Tourism Australia’s […]Read More ...

Get far and away with Larry Cherubino | The West Australian

Winemaker supremo Larry Cherubino will be heading north to the award-winning wilderness retreat Faraway Bay in the Kimberley for a few days – and you could be joining him. Check out the full story here…Read More ...

Wine in the wilderness | The Sunday Times

Luxury East Kimberley retreat Faraway Bay has a new Escape with the Winemaker experience from June 26-28. Find out more here…Read More ...

Faraway from the madding crowd | The West Australian

Nathan Dyer flies to the northern tip of WA and truly gets away from it all. Check out the full story here…Read More ...

A Place Called Faraway | Australian Flying Magazine

by Shelley Ross  Nestled on a rocky hilltop overlooking the Timor Sea, Faraway Bay is going to reaffirm your faith in the lure of the Kimberley. Shelley Ross calls in for a visit and doesn’t want to leave.Read More ...

Faraway place lures Perth couple | The West Australian

by Nathan Dyer They say time at Faraway Bay is measured in tides and sunsets. The water is clear and deep and the big sky an endless blue. Sound like paradise? Well, that’s because it is. For Perth business couple Kevin and Kathie Reilly the utopian blue waters of Faraway Bay on the remote Kimberley […]Read More ...

Northern Dreaming | The Outdoor Room Magazine with Jamie Durie

Words & Photography Belinda Jackson Wild and untouched, the remote Kimberley is waiting for the adventurous explorer. There’s a dream-like quality to north-western Australia. High up in the Kimberley, the land is layered with legends and mystical happenings. You discover ancient lives and wilderness so remote, its creeks and headlands have names known only to those […]Read More ...

Destination: Romance | US magazine, Martha Stewart Weddings

AUSTRALIA  Get lost at Faraway Bay. in the secluded northwest corner or Australia. Wine, water and wildlife lovers will find each need met at this true escape from it all. Eat Catch dinner daily at Eagle Lodge, a cliff-top eatery that specializes in fresh seafood (like barramundi) and locally grown produce. Play Let the great outdoors be […]Read More ...

Scene But Not Herd | Qantas Australian Way Magazine

FARAWAY BAY BUSH CAMP is what it says it is: a bush camp. It’s sleeping under a mosquito net, geckos climbing the walls at night, waking to a 5.30am sunrise, keeping an eye out for snakes and the resident crocodile, and showering outdoors in a cubicle of corrugated tin. The indulgence is in the solitude and […]Read More ...

Flight Club | Scoop Traveller

by David Hogan The Kimberley remains one of the world’s most inaccessible and isolated destinations. It is a land of extremes. While difficult to appreciate from the ground, a helicopter is the ideal way to appreciate the sheer scale and stunning beauty of this fascinating region. If you travel by Squirrel, like we did, you […]Read More ...

FAB FIVE Food Escapes | Grazia Magazine

Faraway Bay, the Kimberley, Western Australia I’ve just returned from a holiday to Faraway Bay, located about an hour by plane from Kununurra in the far north of Australia. The resort only takes 12 guests at a time and the fishing is wonderful. Crucially, so is the food – truly memorable dishes using produce fresh […]Read More ...

Our National Winners | The Sunday Times

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Once upon a time in Faraway Bay | Life Etc Magazine

At 5am in Faraway Bay, nobody is asleep. Not the rock wallabies, which shuffle away into the dusty scrub, wary of the morning sun inching its way along the sapphire-blue Timor Sea and up the rocky cliffs, making the orange sandstone glow stronger by the minute. Not the geckos, either. They silently move into the […]Read More ...

My Favourite Aussie Locations | Catriona's Australia

After so many years of travelling for a living, I’m sure some people think I must have been everywhere. The joy of travel, though, is that it’s infinite. There are always new places to discover, to dream about and to wish for. Right now, I’m starry-eyed about the remote Faraway Bay in the Kimberley, the […]Read More ...

Paradise Found | Gourmet Traveller

Earlier this year, Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman found themselves in the diminutive but thriving East Kimberley township of Kununurra, just west of the Western Australia/Northern Territory border. In town for the filming of Australia, director Baz Luhrmann’s latest blockbuster, the two actors were quick to wax lyrical about their love of the Kimberley region […]Read More ...

Extreme North | OUTthere Magazine

Perched at the top of Western Australia’s Kimberley Coast, Faraway Bay lives up to its name. Words and photos by Belinda Jackson It was late afternoon when it finally hits me: I can’t hear a thing. The air is still and all animals (including people) have been lured into a gentle siesta by the luxurious […]Read More ...