The Bachsten Creek Bush Camp, which is situated on a Bushtrack Safaris special tourism lease in one of the most remote parts of the Kimberley, has been operating as a base for their land safaris since 1989.
The bush camp offers a centrally controlled camping ground that is comfortable and affordable for the self-drive market, and now bush cabins make your visit to this rugged area a more comfortable option.
The latest Bush Camp development brings a new class of remote wilderness camp to the Kimberley Safari market. THe Bachsten Bush Camp has a series of bush huts, a combined dining/kitchen facility and additional composting ablution facilities.
The Bachsten Creek Bush Camp has a plentiful supply of water, prolific plant and animal life, unusual rock formations, fresh water fishing, a spectacular gorge and many other special attractions to keep people busy. The 25 hectare special tourism lease was granted by the Department of Land Administration in 1989 and the Bush Camp has been steadily developed since then.
Sitting on the edge of the Prince Regent Nature Reserve and nestled on the banks of Bachsten Creek, our Bush Camp is surrounded by unspoilt gorges, stunning scenery and experiences that you will hold precious for a life-time.
A great spot for:
- Bird-watching (the Black Grass Wren)
- Bushwalking & exploring caves, unusual rock formation
- Viewing varied ancient rock art
- Fresh water fishing
- Relaxing in the outback…
Our newly constructed bush Log-cabin accommodation is available in single, twin, double and family size configurations and come complete with linen, towels and tea and coffee making facilities.
Other tour and accommodation options (minimum 4 days) are available and Bushtrack Safaris are happy to customise tours
Address7 Bungarun Road
Derby, Western Australia, 6728
Coordinates & Contact Details-15.94392, 125.30178108 9191 1547
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