Kimberley Cruise Highlights

January,2017

Rock pools and waterfalls are a feature everywhere in this amazing Kimberley landscape especially at the end of the “Wet Season” when the rivers run in spate. There is nothing more refreshing than a dip in one of the beautiful spring fed rock pools.  These natural pools are filled all y Read more

January,2017

Wow! How do we begin to describe the nature & wildlife of the living Kimberley? The Australian Atlas of Birds chronicles 760 birds – the vast Kimberley wilderness is home to 300 of those species. The bird life here is outstanding; there are rainbow coloured Cockatoos and Parrots, iridesce Read more

January,2017

MONTGOMERY REEF HIGHLIGHT Montgomery Reef Highlight: one of the natural wonders of the Kimberley coast are the seems to rise out of the ocean on an outgoing tide. With tidal movements varying up to 10-metres, the reef is a sight to behold as it peeks up some 5-metres allowing water to run and cascad Read more

January,2017

The Horizontal Falls are a breathtaking, natural phenomenon that are a “must see” on any Kimberley cruise. Despite their name, the Horizontal Falls (or “Horries” as they are affectionately called) are not a waterfall. In fact, they are a dramatic, fast-running tidal flow that streams between Read more

January,2017

No adventure cruise would be complete without fishing the Kimberley and having a go at landing a barramundi. The thrill and excitement is all part of the Kimberley experience, and who can beat that special photo moment? All of our skippers and crew have their secret spots, and most of our boats offe Read more

January,2017

The Bungle Bungles Range can be found in the World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park and is unquestionably one of West Australia’s most outstanding and striking geological sights.  Her rocky sandstone outcrops are striped with black and gold bands that mimic giant beehives. The Bungle Bungl Read more

January,2017

For centuries, there have been artists who have confounded and amazed critics, but nothing can quite prepare you for the Aboriginal rock art of the Bradshaw paintings or the Gwion Gwion figures. They may well be the oldest figurative paintings in the world and the origin of story telling, as we know Read more

January,2017

Broome: the epicenter of our Kimberley cruise world and the gateway to the Northwest of Australia. A town steeped in a vibrant history where migrants once sought riches from the lucrative pearling trade. A blend of people – Aboriginal, Chinese, European, Japanese, Koepanger, Malay – each one o Read more