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Book review: 100 Things to See in the Kimberley

Every now and again, an adventure travel book comes along that is so informative, so well-structured and -designed that it immediately becomes the new standard for these sorts of very popular books – 100 Things to See in the Kimberley ($29.95, ebook: $19.95, www.thekimberleyaustralia.com/book) is just such a book*.

Author Scotty Connell taking a break in front of some breathtaking Kimberley scenery. image credit: Exploring Eden Media

Author Scotty Connell taking a break in front of some breathtaking Kimberley scenery. image credit: Exploring Eden Media

Kimberley guide and instagram star Scotty Connell (@kimberleyspirit) reveals and details all of the Kimberley's top spots – from Broome and the Dampier Peninsula, Gibb River Road, the Kimberley Coast and more – and he uses stunning photography and clear, readable and entertaining text in a breezy way to impart his local knowledge.

100 Things to See in the Kimberley includes clever info-packed breakouts – such as 'Best Time to Visit' and 'Ask a Local' tips – peppered throughout the book so readers have access to quick-reference tips at a glance.

100 Things to See in the Kimberley is well worth a read – even if you're not heading to the region just yet. image credit: Exploring Eden Media 100 Things to See in the Kimberley is well worth a read – even if you're not heading to the region just yet. image credit: Exploring Eden Media

In an easy-to pack A5 size, 100 Things to See in the Kimberley is a must-buy for anyone interested in visiting WA's Kimberley region – or anyone who loves awesome scenery and learning about a wild and wonderful part of Australia.

(* Full disclosure: A good mate of mine, Brendan Batty, co-heads the company, Exploring Eden Media, which published this book. Sure, he's a mate but he knows if this book wasn't any good, there's no chance I'd give it a positive review. Lucky for him, it's very good.)