The Kimberley covers an area of approximately 423,000 square kilometres in the far north of Western Australia. It is a semi arid to arid monsoonal region in the dry tropics, and is has two distinct seasons.
During the 'dry', which incorporates the winter months from April to October, rain is a rare event and temperatures range from 16 to 32 degrees. During the 'wet' between November and March, rainfall is from 350mm in the south to over 1,400mm in the Mitchell Plateau area to the North. Temperatures during the wet season can reach 38-40 degrees.
Home Valley Station - Durack River Station - Karunjie Station: A live radar weather report is available from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, please follow this link to view.
Monthly climate statistics, all years of record - Wyndham: An extended list of climate statistics is provided.
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