Top Things to do in Wyndham
Wyndham is the northernmost town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, this historic town was settled in the mid-1800s so has plenty of history to explore. In the day it was used to service the Halls Creek goldmines and export live cattle and sugar cane.
The Big Crocodile
Is a 20m long statue and greets all visitors when they enter Wyndham.
Five Rivers Lookout
At the peak of the Bastion Range, you can see where the five Kimberley mighty rivers flow into the ocean.
The Port was established in 1885 to service the East Kimberley cattle industry pioneered by the Durack family and others. Today the port plays an important role in export and tourism.
Wyndham Port Heritage Trails
Get your copy of the trails from the Boab Gallery, choose a walking or driving trail and see the highlights of Wyndham rich historical past.
Three Mile Valley
Two walking trails located at the base of the Bastion Range, one head up the Bastion Range, offering awe-inspiring landscape views; the other will take you along the Three Mile Valley Creek where you can take in waterholes and beautiful waterfalls in the wet season.
Aboriginal Dreamtime Statues
located on Koolama Street in Wyndham, these large bronze statues are of an Aboriginal family and native Australian animals. They are a testimony to the proud Aboriginal history in the region.
contains the interesting history of Wyndham and the early settlement, fascinating photos, journals and other memorabilia.
Cemeteries: Pioneer, Afghan and Gully
these three separate Cemeteries are the resting places of early pioneers of Wyndham, East Kimberley and Afghan settlers.
Australia’s Largest Boab tree in Captivity
located in the Wyndham Caravan Park and is about 25m at its widest point.
Croc Café Bakery
After a day of exploring stop in at the croc café bakery and enjoy a Croc or Barra pie under the mango trees, This bakery is a true hidden Wyndham gem.
Parry Creek Lagoon Nature Reserve
15kms of the great northern high way on your way to Wyndham is Parry Creek lagoon and Marlgu Billabong, which features a boardwalk where you can take in the spectacular landscape, and visit the feeding and breeding grounds for many birds. Display boards assist in identifying the birds and the importance of this wetland area.