No tour to the Kimberley is complete without a visit to the sensational Mitchell Plateau.
The Mitchell Plateau region of the Kimberley, traditionally know as ‘Ngauwudu’, is one of the most captivating places in northern Australia. Its home to some of the most spectacular waterfalls, rock art galleries and scenery in the world. The region is beautiful and extremely diverse.
This diversity has resulted in stunning natural features and a distinctive array of plants and animals including an astonishing 45 species of mammals, hundreds of bird species including the endangered Gouldian Finch and rare and endemic reptiles. The Plateau also comprises the only occurrence of its kind of a vast ancient palm forest. Some 400 square kilometres of the ‘Livistona Eastonii’ are present in and around the Mitchell Plateau area and on your journey in to this remarkable place you’ll drive through a number of these natural forests.
The Mitchell Plateau has one of the two highest concentrations of Aboriginal rock art found in the Kimberley and features the majestic sights and sounds of the world famous Mitchell Falls.
The Mitchell Plateau is an extraordinary area and one of the world’s most amazing untouched wilderness areas. No tour to the Kimberley is complete without a visit to the sensational Mitchell Plateau.