The locals knew it, but the rest of the world is finally catching on.
The Kimberley region has been named one of the world’s top five places to visit in 2020 by The New York Times.
The Times included the Kimberley it its annual 52 Places to Go list for 2020, labelling the region as the “least touristy part of Australia.”
The article referenced the Kimberley’s natural wonders including the Bungle Bungle Range, Lake Argyle and El Questro’s waterfalls, gorges and landscapes.
Obviously, the team at Matso’s Broome Brewery have known about the Kimberley’s beauty for years.
Head brewer Prav Bhat says it’s all right there on the brewery’s doorstop.
“The outback is right here. If you want to go camping or do something outdoors, a great spot isn’t too far away. All you need is to grab the swag, load up an Eski and ‘boom’ you’re off.
“We just go out and explore. A lot of great camping sites are less than an hour out of town. On a day off you’re away”
Meanwhile, restaurant duty manager Dimas Adiputra was instantly struck with the region’s beauty, when he arrived in 2017.
“What enchanted me of Broome and the Kimberley is the beauty and the colour of nature. It’s so beautiful, the contrast between the red dirt and the blue ocean. I just love that.”