11 February 2010

Colours and Shapes of the Kimberley

The Kimberley is the northern region of Western Australia and is arguably one of the most isolated regions in the World. Broome is probably the most well-known part of the Kimberley, a beachside resort surrounded by one of the driest regions in Western Australia.

The boab tree is one of the most recognisable symbols of this arid area - its has learnt to survive in desert like conditions, with the ability to store water in its trunk, resulting in the bulging trunk much loved by artists and photographers. During the dry season, the tree appears to have no life, as it is completely bereft of leaves.

Gifts Bonanza has created a range of designs celebrating the colours and shapes of the Kimberley region. Visit the store to see the full range of products and designs available.

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