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Kimberley Coast Cruising

Where red-ochre sands and rugged terrain meet pristine blue shores – discover the majestic shores of the Kimberley and experience the best of Western Australia on a once-in-a-lifetime coastal cruise.

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  • Cruise the Kimberley coast aboard the Coral Adventurer. The small expedition ship is designed to get up close to the sights while providing plenty of space onboard to relax and take in the rugged coastline. 
  • With hidden beaches and towering waterfalls, the Kimberley coast is nothing short of paradise. Experience the highlights of the Kimberley up close while aboard the Xplorer excursion vessel or one of the Zodiacs. 
  • Buffet breakfast and lunch, then a three-course dinner are included each day during your cruise. During lunch and dinner you'll also be offered complimentary beer and wine with your meal.
  • Learn more about the Kimberley with the ship's knowledgeable Expedition Team who host guest lectures and are always keen to share their experience and insights. 

Kimberley Cruise Highlights

Travel through the Buccaneer Archipelago and towards Talbot Bay to see the magnificent Horizontal Falls. When the tide turns, strong currents rush through the two narrow gorges, creating a cascading effect. Take an exhilarating ride through the falls aboard a Zodiac - a once-in-a-lifetime experience. 
Two red cliff faces with water in between, Australia
Experience a truly spectacular moment when Montgomery Reef rises out of the ocean as the tide falls. Stretching over 300 square kilometres, witness the miniature waterfalls cascade down the exposed reef walls. Have your camera ready as marine life including turtles, manta rays and reef sharks appear.
The twin waterfalls along King George River are one of the most spectacular sights along the Kimberley coast. Board a Zodiac and get right up close to the base of the King George Falls.
Panoramic view of King George Falls Kimberley, Western Australia
Cruise to the Lacepede Islands - a group of four islands that are home to an abundance of marine birds including the Lesser Frigatebids and Roseate Terns. 
Find the wreckage of the US Air Force DC3 plane that crashed at Vansittart Bay during World War II. Then visit Jar Island, home to ancient Bradshaw (Gwion Gwion) rock art. 

Everything was wonderful. There were great sight seeing trips and the guides were very knowledgeable.