One of the world’s last great wildernesses, the unique red dirt of the remote Kimberley outback in Western Australia’s far north-east has inspired generations of travellers and locals alike. Its stunning vistas and rich history make it one of the most desirable destinations in the world.
From ancient gorges and limestone caves to pristine, wild and picturesque lakes and waterfalls teeming with native flora and fauna, every part of the rugged landscape is packed with the wonders of nature.
The region, which spans an area the size of California, also has a spellbinding human history and is home to Indigenous rock art dating back 60,000 years from one of the oldest surviving cultures on Earth.
"Kimberley Fine Diamonds will remind you of the delights of the Kimberley every time you wear it."
More recent history isn’t any less fascinating with the gold rush of 1886 bringing an influx of Europeans and Chinese to Halls Creek and the arrival of pearl fishing as a major industry in the late 19th Century in Broome.
Taking home a piece of fine jewellery from Kimberley Fine Diamonds will remind you of the delights of the Kimberley every time you wear it.
From the pink hues of an Argyle diamond, or the gleaming white of a Broome pearl, to the twisted and turning mount of a bespoke setting, every element of the work undertaken by Kimberley Fine Diamonds’ master craftsmen is steeped in inspiration drawn from their surroundings.