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Tropical winter escape: Travellers flock to Zebedee Springs in Kununurra, WA for its hot weather

Aussie travelers flee freezing winter weather to fly to this magical desert oasis of turquoise thermal pools surrounded by ancient forests – but you better be quick if you want to visit

  • Travelers are calling an enchanting desert oasis a ‘must-do’ for this winter
  • Zebedee Springs is located in El Questro Wilderness Park near the WA town of Kununurra
  • Tourists can enjoy the warm thermal baths surrounded by lush ancient forests
  • The springs are only open during the region’s dry season from May-September

An incredible desert oasis filled with palm trees, waterfalls and, of course, hot springs is the new hot spot for adventurers looking to escape the winter cold.

Zebedee Springs is located in the million-acre El Questro Wilderness Park near the Kimberley town of Kununurra – a three and a half hour flight from Perth.

Visitors can enjoy the warm waters of the beautiful thermal springs, surrounded by towering palm trees that look like columns in a Roman bathhouse in the region’s year-round summer weather.

Zebedee Springs is the new hot spot for adventurers looking to escape the winter chill with its year-round warm weather and thermal pools surrounded by lush forest

Zebedee Springs is the new hot spot for adventurers looking to escape the winter chill with its year-round warm weather and thermal pools surrounded by lush forest

The incredible desert oasis is located in the million-acre El Questro Wilderness Park near the Kimberley town of Kununurra - a three and a half hour flight from Perth

With limited visiting times, travelers flock to the area to experience the magic of the dreamy desert retreat and capture spectacular vacation photos

The incredible desert oasis is located in the million-acre El Questro Wilderness Park near the Kimberley town of Kununurra – a three and a half hour flight from Perth

Visitors can enjoy the warm waters surrounded by towering palm trees that look like columns in a Roman bathhouse in Kimberley's summer weather year-round

Visitors can enjoy the warm waters surrounded by towering palm trees that look like columns in a Roman bathhouse in Kimberley’s summer weather year-round

The Magic Springs are ideally visited and are only open to the public in Kimberley’s dry season from May to September when maximum temperatures are between 30C-36C.

With limited visiting times, travelers flock to the area to experience the magic of the dreamy desert retreat and capture spectacular vacation snaps.

Local, interstate and international tourists rave about the enchanting winter getaway, and someone called it a “must do” that should be “high on your list.”

The magical springs are ideally visited and are only open to the public in the Kimberley's dry season from May to September when maximum temperatures are between 30C-36C

The magical springs are ideally visited and are only open to the public in the Kimberley’s dry season from May to September when maximum temperatures are between 30C-36C

Local, interstate and international tourists rave about the enchanting winter escape, with someone calling it a

Local, interstate and international tourists rave about the enchanting winter escape, with someone calling it a “must do” that should be “high on your list”

Zebedee Springs is accessible by 4 wheel drive along the iconic Gibb River Road and then a 1.5 km walk back through the prehistoric forest

Adventurers should plan their visit and set out early as the springs are only open to the public from 7am to 12 noon unless with a tour group

Zebedee Springs is accessible by 4 wheel drive along the iconic Gibb River Road and then a 1.5 km walk back through the prehistoric forest

“The Zebedee Springs are by far the most beautiful hot springs in WA,” said one.

‘I could have stayed there all day, bathed in the warm crystal clear water,’ wrote another.

Zebedee Springs is accessible by 4 wheel drive along the iconic Gibb River Road and then a 1.5 km walk back through the prehistoric forest.

Adventurers should plan their visit and get out early, as the springs are only open to the public from 7am to noon unless with a tour group.

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