Mornington Wilderness Camp - Central Kimberley
Eco-friendly place to stay
All proceeds from this comfortable camp go to the Australian Wildlife Conservancy. The site is primarily solar-powered and on a 3000-square kilometre private wildlife sanctuary that includes some of the best remaining habitat for the endangered and stunningly beautiful Gouldian finch. There are ten spacious safari tents with ensuites and balconies, as well as a great camping ground limited to 50 people. Tucked away in the King Leopold Ranges, the camp lies 90 kilometres south-east of the Gibb River Road. Imintji, on this road, is the nearest town, while Broome to the west and Kununurra to the north-east are both some 550 kilometres away. The camp is open from May to October.
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