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A Kimberley Coastal Cruise with the pioneers

The Kimberley is an ancient land shaped by the powerful forces of nature. We share her secrets with you as we retrace the steps of past explorers along this magnificent coastline. The vastness of the Kimberley region is best seen by small ship, and our fleet is designed with comfort and access in mind.  We have over 23 years’ experience in the region, and the knowledge and passion of our crew is unsurpassed.  Our expedition focus ensures that you will get the very best out of your Kimberley cruise experience.

The Coral Expeditions Kimberley cruise season stretches from April to September. Over 10 nights, our Kimberley coastal cruise explores the highlights of this ancient region such as waterfalls and ancient art sites, with expert interpretation of landscape, nature, wildlife and history. Our three ships depart from Broome and Darwin, providing you with many options for your once-in-a-lifetime experience. We look forward to welcoming you on board!

Our Classic Kimberley Expedition includes:

•   The intimate community of a small ship cruising expedition
•   No queues, no waiting – our ships are small enough to allow us to board and disembark much quicker than larger vessels.
•   Access to remote and untouched regions with no crowds in sight.
•   All shore excursions, meals and selected wine and beer are included with your cruise fare.
•   Xplorer tenders and zodiacs get you up close and personal with nature
•   Our open bridge policy allows you onto the bridge to observe and chat with the captain and crew.
•   Our small batch regional food and wine experience
•   Attentive crew including expeditions leaders and guest lecturers will enhance your experience of the places you will visit.

Our Kimberley Ships

   

The Kimberley: DARWIN to BROOME. 10 NIGHTS

Kimberley King George Falls Coral Expeditions

Our classic 10 day voyage is an immersion into an ancient and inaccessible land.  Covering more than 400,000 square kilometres, yet home to just 30,000 people, the Kimberley Region is named for its most imposing landmark – an ancient mountain range visible from the rugged sea coast. It is a place acknowledged as one of the world’s most beautiful wilderness areas. Witness magnificent coastal vistas created by towering rock ridges, silent secluded gorges, plunging waterfalls, abundant wildlife, and massive tidal movements.

> Departs March to September

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the Kimberley: BROOME to DARWIN. 10 NIGHTS

Kimberley Coral Expeditions Horizontal Falls

The reverse direction of our Darwin to Broome expedition.

Our classic 10 day voyage is an immersion into an ancient and inaccessible land.  Covering more than 400,000 square kilometres, yet home to just 30,000 people, the Kimberley Region is named for its most imposing landmark – an ancient mountain range visible from the rugged sea coast. It is a place acknowledged as one of the world’s most beautiful wilderness areas. Witness magnificent coastal vistas created by towering rock ridges, silent secluded gorges, plunging waterfalls, abundant wildlife, and massive tidal movements.

> Departs April to September

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Ningaloo & the Bluewater Wonders of Australia's West

Join this pioneering voyage down Western Australia’s Coral coast on board Coral Discoverer. Departing Broome, we will visit the spectacular Rowley Shoals Marine Park, the Dampier Archipelago and the historic Montebello Islands. An exploration of Ningaloo Reef, home to giant whale sharks and manta rays, completes our voyage. Our marine experts and guides lead our discovery of the untouched atolls, mega marine fauna and rare bird species that are found in this pristine coastal habitat.

This is an Australian Geographic expedition.

> Departs 10 September 2019

> Bookings are now open for 7 September 2020 departure

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Our storytellers

“I have been showing our guests the Kimberley for 18 years and it still gets me excited. There is something new to see, hear and learn every day. There is never a dull moment in this place.”
Jamie Anderson – Expedition Leader

Read our Kimberley Stories