Bigge Island Beach

Cerulean blue waves crash against the light brown cliffs on Bigge Island in Western Australia. On the north side of the island is Bigge Island Beach, Australia. This beach is nestled into a nook bordered by rocks on each side, protecting it from major swells. The beach is half sand, half rock, a perfect opportunity to both relax and explore throughout the day. Adventure around the caves famous for their aboriginal rock art and learn about the history of the island. Bigge Island Beach offers both ancient tales and tropical luxury.

Getting There

Bigge Island is the second largest of the islands that comprise the Bonaparte Archipelago, off the coast of the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Using flight search engines, you can find the best prices and the best times to book your journey from Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Calgary, Las Vegas, India and many more destinations around the world. North Americans can fly to Broom and cruise through the Bigge Island.