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.
In September of last year Australia’s pioneer of Kimberley cruises Coral Expeditions announced that a brand-new, state-of-the-art expedition ship will be joining their fleet on the Kimberley Coast from mid 2019.
If you’re looking at Kimberley cruises that really deliver, yet won’t break the bank, the 20-metre catamaran Diversity might be a great choice for you.
If you’ve always wanted to experience Australia's Kimberley coast, but unsure if a small ship cruise is right for you, why not join the Kimberley Quest II this October for a four day ‘Taste of the Kimberley’ voyage.
You’ve booked your Kimberley cruise of a lifetime and as you get closer to departure it will be time to start thinking about whether you need to purchase any new travel gear and how to prepare yourself for the trip.
Here’s a little summary of everything you need to know to ensure you arrive at the ship fully prepared.
If you're starting to plan your Kimberley cruise, there's no better resource (apart from calling us!) than our FREE 28-page guide to Kimberley cruising, fully updated for 2019!
If you’re seeking a small ship Kimberley cruise experience at a great price, it’s hard to go past the 20-passenger Odyssey. Since beginning operations in 1998 as one of the very first companies offering discovery voyages along this remote coast, Odyssey Expeditions has built a formidable reputation based on providing great value Kimberley cruises, while never forgetting their heritage as a local family-run business.
It’s not too late to cruise the Kimberley Coast in 2018, several of our favourite ships still have rooms available during the season.
One of the small ships we think offers great value Kimberley cruising is the Eco Abrolhos, and we’ve got a number of cabins left available throughout 2018 – including the peak June and July period.
One of the best times to experience the Kimberley coast is immediately after the wet season, when the region's towering waterfalls are at their most magnificent. And it’s not too late to reserve your cabin for 2018, we have some great special offers available on selected Kimberley cruises available during March and April, the peak of the waterfall season.
Last week we told you about some of our team’s favourite things to do in Broome before or after your Kimberley Cruises. So, it's only fair that this week we share a few of our most-loved activities around Kununurra – the eastern gateway to the Kimberley where quite a few Kimberley cruises start or finish.
In no particular order, here’s some of the East Kimberley’s best attractions: