A big congratulations to our friends at Kimberley Quest on their achievements at the Perth Airport 2018 Western Australia Tourism Awards announced at a gala dinner in Perth on Saturday night.
Over recent months we’ve been keeping you updated on the progress of construction of the newest expedition ship scheduled to cruise the waters of the Kimberley Coast, the 120-passenger Coral Adventurer. Already, her inaugural Kimberley season is selling very well, but it’s not too late to secure your place with staterooms still available during the peak June / July 2019 season and beyond.
There are countless reasons why keen adventurers from all around the world love Kimberley cruises, and experiencing the world’s largest annual humpback whale migration must be pretty close to the top of the list.
One of the newer additions to our Kimberley cruises portfolio, the 24-metre Ocean Dream is quickly building a reputation as one of the most luxurious small-group catamaran adventure experiences you can enjoy on Western Australia’s Kimberley coast.
If you’ve been looking at Kimberley cruises for a while now, you’ve probably realised it’s never too early to book if you want to guarantee your preferred ship and departure date. Often times, that means booking at least 12 months, and sometimes up to two years in advance.
When planning your 2019 Kimberley cruises you might want to check to see if your stay in Broome coincides with the amazing natural phenomenon that is 'Staircase to the Moon'.
With the 2018 season of Kimberley cruises now underway, we’re starting to see some absolutely stunning photos and videos documenting the first expeditions of the season coming in from our favourite Kimberley coast small ships.
The team at Eco Abrolhos cruises is excitedly gearing up for their Kimberley cruising season, with the first cruise heading off from Broome in just a few days from now. And, in good news, it's not too late to grab one of the last remaining cabins aboard this friendly little ship during their 2018 season.
There’s little doubt that current trends towards healthier living and sustainable eating have led to dining becoming an increasingly important part of everyday life. It's also an important consideration for many people planning their next holiday destinations.
Adventurers from around the world are drawn to Western Australia’s Kimberley region for a long list of reasons, and high on that list is the opportunity to check out some of the world’s most impressive waterfalls.