Derby is the gateway to magnificent gorges in the Napier and Leopold Ranges. Located 2,436km north-east of Perth, Derby has a population of 5000.
Derby was the first town settled in the Kimberley and has the highest tides in Australia, reaching up to 12 metres. Boab trees line the streets of the town.
Derby has a very historical heritage trail which features the Wharfinger House Museum and the Old Derby Goal.
Derby is the gateway to magnificent gorges in the Napier and Leopold Ranges. Located 2,436km north-east of Perth, Derby has a population of 5000. more
Wharf Restaurant's speciality is the popular Barra Wings - an unusual "cut" from local barramundi. more
The Derby Visitor Centre is your one stop shop tol find everything you need to explore this richly diverse town of the Kimberley. more
Believed to be 1,500 years old, the huge Boab Prison Tree has a girth of 14.7 metres. more
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