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The Kimberley | Broome - Darwin | 10 Nights

The Kimberley Cruise

10 Nights | Departs Broome | Arrives Darwin

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Perfected over three decades, our 10-night Kimberley cruise takes you on an unforgettable journey from Broome to Darwin. Expert guides interpret 40,000-year-old rock art and retrace the history of Phillip Parker King who first charted this spectacular coastline 200 years ago. Board a Zodiac and touch the spray from the magnificent King George River and its towering 80-metre twin falls. Join an expert guide to learn about the history of the ancient Wandjina and Gwion Gwion rock paintings. Witness waterfalls cascading off Montgomery Reef as it rises out of the ocean on the ebbing tide, whilst discovering the reef’s diverse marine life. Later in the season, witness Humpback Whales on their migration north to breeding grounds along the Kimberley coast.

Experience your Kimberley cruise aboard your choice of three vessels Coral AdventurerCoral Discoverer or Coral Geographer
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Expedition highlights

  • Experience the thrill of riding the Horizontal Falls in inflatable Zodiac tender vessels
  • Get up close to Montgomery Reef and discover the tidal reef’s diverse marine life
  • Experience King George River and 80m tall twin King George waterfalls
  • Cruise the Prince Regent River to the ‘hanging garden’ King Cascade waterfall
  • Visit Indigenous rock art galleries and learn about ancient Wandjina and Gwion Gwion art
  • Spot native wildlife and birdlife in their natural habitat
  • View the Kimberley landscape by air on a scenic helicopter flight to Mitchell Falls (additional cost)
  • Enjoy sunset canapés and drinks on the beach as dusk settles over the Kimberley

 

Availability & Fares

There is still space in 2021 to join us amidst the annual humpback whale migration season, or get in quickly for season 2022 or 2023. Please use our availability tracker below to check availability across dates & stateroom categories.

▲ = Departing Broome,  ✸ = Departing Darwin, ** = Special 12 night Kimberley & Rowley Shoals voyage

Availability

Fares

CORAL DISCOVERER TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $19,490 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category A) $16,890 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category B) n/a $23,385
Main Deck (Category A) $14,290 n/a
Main Deck (Category B) $12,990 n/a

Availability

Fares

CORAL ADVENTURER TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $21,990 n/a
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $16,990 n/a
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,590 $23,385
Promenade Deck Stateroom $12,990 $19,485
Coral Deck Stateroom $10,990 $16,485

Availability

Fares

Coral Geographer TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $21,990 n/a
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,990 $23,985
Promenade Deck Stateroom $12,990 $19,485
Coral Deck Stateroom $10,990 $16,485

Fares for 12 Night Kimberley Icons, Ashmore & Rowley Shoals voyage, 15 October 2021

CORAL Geographer TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $20,490 n/a
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,490 $23,235
Promenade Deck Stateroom $12,390 $18,585
Coral Deck Stateroom $9,290 $13,935

Availability

Fares

Peak Season – May, June, & July

Shoulder Season – March & April (Waterfalls), August & September (Whales)

CORAL DISCOVERER PEAK SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON PEAK SEASON SOLE USE* SHOULDER SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SHOULDER SEASON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $16,990 n/a $14,440 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category A) $14,290 n/a $12,150 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category B) n/a $19,725 n/a $16,785
Main Deck (Category A) $12,550 n/a $10,660 n/a
Main Deck (Category B) $11,990 n/a $10,190 n/a

Availability

View our Ningaloo itinerary HERE.

Fares

CORAL DISCOVERER TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $16,690 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category A) $14,290 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category B) n/a $19,725
Main Deck (Category A) $12,550 n/a
Main Deck (Category B) $11,990 n/a

Availability

Fares

Peak Season – May, June, & July

Shoulder Season – March & April (Waterfalls), August & September (Whales)

CORAL ADVENTURER PEAK SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON PEAK SEASON SOLE USE* SHOULDER SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SHOULDER SEASON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $20,890 n/a $17,750 n/a
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,590 n/a $13,590 n/a
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,290 $22,935 $12,990 $19,485
Promenade Deck Stateroom $10,890 $16,335 $9,850 $14,775
Coral Deck Stateroom $9,350 $14,025 $8,250 $12,375

Fares for 12 night Kimberley Icons, Ashmore & Rowley Shoals, 12th September and 24 September 2022

CORAL ADVENTURER TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $21,690 n/a
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $16,490 n/a
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,490 $23,235
Promenade Deck Stateroom $12,390 $18,585
Coral Deck Stateroom $9,290 $13,935

Availability

New Kimberley sailings just released for 2022 onboard Coral Geographer

Fares

Peak Season – May, June, & July

Shoulder Season – March & April (Waterfalls), August & September (Whales)

CORAL Geographer PEAK SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON PEAK SEASON SOLE USE* SHOULDER SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SHOULDER SEASON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $17,290 n/a $16,190 n/a
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,290 $22,935 $12,990 $19,485
Promenade Deck Stateroom $10,890 $16,335 $9,850 $14,775
Coral Deck Stateroom $9,350 $14,025 $8,370 $12,555

Fares for 12 Night Kimberley Icons, Ashmore & Rowley Shoals Voyage, 28 September 2022

CORAL Geographer TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $20,490 n/a
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,490 $23,235
Promenade Deck Stateroom $12,390 $18,585
Coral Deck Stateroom $9,290 $13,935

Availability

Fares

Peak Season – May, June, & July

Shoulder Season – March & April (Waterfalls), August & September (Whales)

CORAL DISCOVERER PEAK SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON PEAK SEASON SOLE USE* SHOULDER SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SHOULDER SEASON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $17,540 n/a $15,590 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category A) $14,130 n/a $12,560 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category B) n/a $19,005 n/a $16,890
Main Deck (Category A) $12,180 n/a $10,830 n/a
Main Deck (Category B) $11,200 n/a $9,960 n/a

Availability

Fares

Peak Season – May, June, & July

Shoulder Season – March & April (Waterfalls), August & September (Whales)

CORAL ADVENTURER PEAK SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON PEAK SEASON SOLE USE* SHOULDER SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SHOULDER SEASON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $21,920 n/a $19,490 n/a
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $17,050 n/a $15,160 n/a
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,590 $23,385 $13,860 $20,790
Promenade Deck Stateroom $11,690 $17,535 $10,390 $15,585
Coral Deck Stateroom $9,740 $14,610 $8,660 $12,990

Availability

Fares

Peak Season – May, June, & July

Shoulder Season – March & April (Waterfalls), August & September (Whales)

CORAL Geographer PEAK SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON PEAK SEASON SOLE USE* SHOULDER SEASON TWIN SHARE PER PERSON SHOULDER SEASON SOLE USE*
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $20,950 n/a $18,620 n/a
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,590 $23,385 $13,860 $20,790
Promenade Deck Stateroom $11,690 $17,535 $10,390 $15,585
Coral Deck Stateroom $9,740 $14,610 $8,660 $12,990

Prices are per person, listed in Australian Dollars (AUD) and include GST. *Limited sole use occupancy available.

 

Itinerary: Key destinations

Embark: On the day of your departure, arrive at Broome Civic Centre (Jimmy Chi Hall – 27 Weld Street, Broome) at 2:00pm to meet with the Coral Expeditions team and check in for your expedition cruise. A complimentary transfer will be provided to Deep Water Port, where boarding will begin from 4:00pm for 5:00pm departure.

Disembark: Arrive and disembark at Darwin’s Fort Hill Wharf at 08:30am.

The below itinerary is indicative. No two cruises with Coral Expeditions will be the same, with each expedition crafted by our experienced Masters and Expedition Leaders. Throughout the expedition we may make changes to the itinerary as necessary to maximise your expeditionary experience. Allowances may be made for seasonal variations, weather, tidal conditions and any other event that may affect the operation of the vessel. Coral Expeditions suggests that you do not arrive on the day of embarkation or depart on the day of disembarkation due to any changes that may occur in scheduling.

*Please note, the Mitchell Falls helicopter for Coral Discoverer 17th October 2021 & Coral Adventurer 24th October 2021 departures is currently unconfirmed. Further information will be provided closer to the date.

Day 1: Depart Broome

Kimberley Coral Expeditions Broome

Board your Coral Expeditions ship at 4.00pm where there is time to settle into your stateroom before our 5:00pm departure. Take the time to become acquainted with all the facilities onboard as we cruise northwards towards Cape Leveque.

As dusk falls meet your fellow travellers, the Captain and crew for the Captain’s Welcome Drinks.

Lacepede Islands

Kimberley Coral Expeditions Lacepedes

The Lacepede Islands are a protected class-A nature reserve and are significant as a seabird nesting rookery for brown boobies and roseate terns. Other species often sighted at the Lacepedes include Australian Pelicans, frigate birds, egrets and gulls. The four low-lying islands are also an important breeding and nesting habitat for green turtles.

If weather and tide conditions are suitable, we will explore the lagoons by Xplorer and Zodiac tender vessels.

Horizontal Falls (Garaanngaddim) and Buccaneer Archipelago

Kimberley Coral Expeditions Horizontal Falls

The Horizontal Falls are one of the Kimberley’s biggest attractions and are a result of the mammoth 11m tides the Kimberley is renowned for. Naturalist David Attenborough described the Horizontal Falls as ‘one of the greatest natural wonders of the world.’

The Horizontal Falls are created as the ocean thunders through a narrow gorge in the McLarty Ranges. Water builds up on one side and is forcibly pushed through the bottleneck, creating a rushing horizontal waterfall of swiftly flowing seawater. Riding the rapids on our Zodiac inflatable tenders is one of the highlights of our Kimberley expedition cruises.

The Horizontal Falls are known as “Garaanngaddim” to the local Indigenous group, the Dambimangari people.

Talbot Bay is at the heart of the Buccaneer Archipelago, where rocks on the 800 or so islands are estimated at over 2 billion years old. At Cyclone Creek, you will see evidence of massive geological forces in the impressive rock formations and cruise through the Iron Islands, past Koolan Island, before enjoying sunset drinks at Nares Point.

Doubtful Bay and Raft Point (Ngumbree)

Kimberley Coral Expeditions Raft Point

Raft Point guards the entrance to Doubtful Bay, a vast body of sheltered water which harbours significant sites such as the ancient Wandjina rock art galleries, considered some of the finest in the Kimberley. If a Traditional Owner guide is available to accompany us, we will be able to visit the galleries. Raft point is known as Ngumbree to the Indigenous Group here, the Dambimangari people.

Doubtful Bay is the traditional country of the Worrora people who follow the Wandjina, their god, law-maker and creator. Images of Wandjina are found throughout the Kimberley, recording their stories, knowledge and culture in stone.

Other sites we aim to visit in Doubtful Bay include the mighty Steep Island and Ruby Falls at Red Cone Creek.

Montgomery Reef (Yowjab)

Kimberley Coral Expeditions Montgomery Falls

Montgomery Reef is a biologically diverse area covering over 400sq km and was named by Phillip Parker King. Twice daily, as the sea recedes in mammoth 11m tides, Montgomery Reef rises from the Indian Ocean in a cascade of rushing water revealing a flat-topped reef pockmarked with rockpools and rivulets.

As the reef emerges, we get up close in our Xplorer and Zodiac inflatable tenders to witness the spectacle as our Expedition Team share their knowledge on the formation of the reef and the myriad wildlife. Opportunistic birds take advantage of the emerging reef, feeding on marine life left exposed in rock pools. Turtles and dolphins too are also attracted to feeding opportunities as the ocean recedes.

The ocean is awash in a swirl of eddies and whirlpools as the moon’s gravitational force takes hold. Then, a few hours later the entire water-borne drama is reversed as the tide comes in and Montgomery Reef disappears below sea level.

Montgomery Reef’s Indigenous name is Yowjab, and the channel Wilyjaru. The Indigenous group here is the Dambimangari people.

Learn more about Montgomery Reef >

Prince Regent River and Careening Bay (Wunbung-gu)

Kimberley Coral Expeditions King Cascade

King Cascade (Mambulbada) is a classically beautiful terraced waterfall and is one of the most photographed waterfalls in the Kimberley. Falling from a considerable height and around 50m across, water tumbles down a staggered terrace of Kimberley sandstone. Layer upon layer of the ochre-hued and blackened rock sprouts grasses, mosses and ferns in a sort of lushly vegetated hanging garden. We reach King Cascade after cruising in our Xplorer tender vessels down the Prince Regent River which is a remarkable anomaly as the river runs dead straight along a fault line. The Indigenous group here is the Dambimangari people.

Lt. Phillip Parker King named nearby Careening Bay after he beached his leaking vessel HMC Mermaid to effect repairs. While stranded on this remote coastline for 17 days the ship’s carpenter carved HMC Mermaid 1820 into the bottle-shaped trunk of a boab tree near the beach. 200 years later, the Mermaid Boab Tree has since split into two trunks and sports a mammoth girth of 12m. Significantly, the bulbous tree is listed on the National Register of Big Trees and the carpenter’s careful inscription now stands almost as tall as a person. Learn more about the Mermaid Boab Tree.

Careening Bay’s indigenous name is Wunbung-gu, and the Indigenous Group is the Wunambal people.

Prince Frederick Harbour and Bigge Island (Wuuyuru)

Kimberley Coral Expeditions Bigge Island

Prince Frederick Harbour is one of the Kimberley’s most spectacular locations at the southern end of York Sound. The harbour is dotted with islands lined with mangroves and monsoon rainforests, set against a backdrop of ochre-hued escarpment.

White-bellied sea eagles and other birds of prey are often seen here, and at low tide, expansive mudflats reveal large populations of mudskippers and mangrove crabs. We will take our Xplorer tender vessels on a cruise up Porosus Creek to view some striking rock formations.

Bigge Island’s Indigenous name is Wuuyuru, and the Indigenous Group of the area is the Wunambal people.

Mitchell Falls, Winyalkan, & Swift Bay

Kimberley Coral Expeditions Mitchell Falls

Tumbling down the Mitchell Plateau in a series of tiered waterfalls and emerald green rock pools, the Mitchell Falls (Punamii-Uunpuu) are the photogenic poster child for the Mitchell River National Park. Take a scenic heli flight (additional cost) to multi-tiered Mitchell Falls where emerald-hued rock pools cascade down the escarpment. The Indigenous group here are the Wunambal people.

Mitchell River National Park is inhabited by significant numbers of mammals, amphibians, reptiles and bird species which are lured by a year-round water source. Sandstone terraces beside tiered rock pools make a terrific viewing platform from which to savour the serenity of this ancient landscape.

An alternative option to Mitchell Falls is exploring the sandstone caves of Wollaston Bay or Wollaston Creek. This mass of weathered tunnels, arches and columns form a labyrinth-like maze and was once an Aboriginal midden. Another option while anchored at Winyalkan Bay is a visit to a series Wandjina and Gwion Gwion rock art galleries at Swift Bay.

In the evening we will enjoy watching the sunset over the Indian Ocean while indulging in a gourmet BBQ.

Vansittart Bay (Banjal)

Kimberley Coral Expeditions

Vansittart Bay is home to many cultural and historically significant sites like the remarkable Gwion Gwion (Bradshaw) Aboriginal rock art galleries estimated to be up to 20,000 years old. Jar Island is so-named after the pot shards found here, brought to the island by Macassan fisherman harvesting sea cucumbers (also known as trepang). Jar Island’s Indigenous name is Njula, and the Indigenous Group is the Gaambera people.

Nearby, on the Anjo Peninsula lays the well-preserved wreckage of a US Airforce C-53 Skytrooper aircraft, the result of a pilot losing his bearings flying from Perth to Broome in 1942 and putting down on a salt pan near present-day Truscott Airbase.

King George River and Falls (Oomari Falls)

Kimberley Coral Expeditions King George Falls northern Australia

Fed by the King George River draining across the Gardner Plateau, 80m tall King George Falls (Oomari Falls) are the most impressive Kimberley waterfalls and the highest twin falls in Western Australia. Before reaching the mist-like spray rising from the base of King George Falls, we cruise through steep-sided gorges carved by a flooded river system that carved a swathe through the Kimberley landscape 400 million years ago. The Indigienous group here is the Balanggarra people.

Early in the waterfall season, we may cruise around the base of impressive King George Falls while in later months we take the opportunity to view the honeycomb erosion patterns of sandstone cliffs up close.

As our incredible Kimberley adventure draws to a close, on our last evening aboard we enjoy the Captain’s farewell drinks amongst new-found friends.

Day 11: Arrive in Darwin

Kimberley Coral Expeditions Darwin

Our incredible adventure along the Kimberley Coast concludes in Darwin this morning at 8:30am.  Bid farewell to new-found friends and the Captain and crew. Post cruise transfers to CBD hotels or the airport are included.

If you’re not transferring directly to the airport why not spend the day enjoying the tropical city of Darwin with its landscaped waterfront and harbourside Wave Pool.

August 2021

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
09 August 2021 09 Aug 2021 19 August 2021 19 Aug 2021 $12,990 to $19,490 $12,990 to $19,490 Coral Discoverer Available Book
16 August 2021 16 Aug 2021 26 August 2021 26 Aug 2021 $10,990 to $16,990 $10,990 to $16,990 Coral Adventurer Filling Fast Book
23 August 2021 23 Aug 2021 02 September 2021 02 Sep 2021 $10,990 to $21,990 $10,990 to $21,990 Coral Geographer Available Book
30 August 2021 30 Aug 2021 09 September 2021 09 Sep 2021 $12,990 to $19,490 $12,990 to $19,490 Coral Discoverer Available Book

September 2021

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
23 August 2021 23 Aug 2021 02 September 2021 02 Sep 2021 $10,990 to $21,990 $10,990 to $21,990 Coral Geographer Available Book
30 August 2021 30 Aug 2021 09 September 2021 09 Sep 2021 $12,990 to $19,490 $12,990 to $19,490 Coral Discoverer Available Book
13 September 2021 13 Sep 2021 23 September 2021 23 Sep 2021 $10,990 to $21,990 $10,990 to $21,990 Coral Geographer Filling Fast Book
20 September 2021 20 Sep 2021 30 September 2021 30 Sep 2021 $12,990 to $19,490 $12,990 to $19,490 Coral Discoverer Available Book
27 September 2021 27 Sep 2021 07 October 2021 07 Oct 2021 From $10,990 From $10,990 Coral Adventurer Call Us Contact Us

October 2021

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
27 September 2021 27 Sep 2021 07 October 2021 07 Oct 2021 From $10,990 From $10,990 Coral Adventurer Call Us Contact Us
04 October 2021 04 Oct 2021 14 October 2021 14 Oct 2021 $10,990 to $21,990 $10,990 to $21,990 Coral Geographer Available Book
11 October 2021 11 Oct 2021 21 October 2021 21 Oct 2021 $12,990 to $19,490 $12,990 to $19,490 Coral Discoverer Available Book
18 October 2021 18 Oct 2021 28 October 2021 28 Oct 2021 $10,990 to $16,990 $10,990 to $16,990 Coral Adventurer Filling Fast Book

March 2022

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
28 March 2022 28 Mar 2022 07 April 2022 07 Apr 2022 $8,250 to $13,590 $8,250 to $13,590 Coral Adventurer Available Book

April 2022

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
28 March 2022 28 Mar 2022 07 April 2022 07 Apr 2022 $8,250 to $13,590 $8,250 to $13,590 Coral Adventurer Available Book
02 April 2022 02 Apr 2022 12 April 2022 12 Apr 2022 $8,370 to $16,190 $8,370 to $16,190 Coral Geographer Available Book
18 April 2022 18 Apr 2022 28 April 2022 28 Apr 2022 From $8,250 From $8,250 Coral Adventurer Call Us Contact Us
23 April 2022 23 Apr 2022 03 May 2022 03 May 2022 $8,370 to $16,190 $8,370 to $16,190 Coral Geographer Filling Fast Book
25 April 2022 25 Apr 2022 05 May 2022 05 May 2022 $10,190 to $14,440 $10,190 to $14,440 Coral Discoverer Filling Fast Book

May 2022

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
23 April 2022 23 Apr 2022 03 May 2022 03 May 2022 $8,370 to $16,190 $8,370 to $16,190 Coral Geographer Filling Fast Book
25 April 2022 25 Apr 2022 05 May 2022 05 May 2022 $10,190 to $14,440 $10,190 to $14,440 Coral Discoverer Filling Fast Book
09 May 2022 09 May 2022 19 May 2022 19 May 2022 From $9,350 From $9,350 Coral Adventurer Call Us Contact Us
14 May 2022 14 May 2022 24 May 2022 24 May 2022 $9,350 to $17,290 $9,350 to $17,290 Coral Geographer Available Book
30 May 2022 30 May 2022 09 June 2022 09 Jun 2022 From $9,350 From $9,350 Coral Adventurer Call Us Contact Us

June 2022

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
30 May 2022 30 May 2022 09 June 2022 09 Jun 2022 From $9,350 From $9,350 Coral Adventurer Call Us Contact Us
04 June 2022 04 Jun 2022 14 June 2022 14 Jun 2022 $9,350 to $17,290 $9,350 to $17,290 Coral Geographer Available Book
06 June 2022 06 Jun 2022 16 June 2022 16 Jun 2022 $11,990 to $16,990 $11,990 to $16,990 Coral Discoverer Filling Fast Book
20 June 2022 20 Jun 2022 30 June 2022 30 Jun 2022 From $9,350 From $9,350 Coral Adventurer Call Us Contact Us
25 June 2022 25 Jun 2022 05 July 2022 05 Jul 2022 $9,350 to $17,290 $9,350 to $17,290 Coral Geographer Available Book
27 June 2022 27 Jun 2022 07 July 2022 07 Jul 2022 From $11,990 From $11,990 Coral Discoverer Call Us Contact Us

July 2022

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
25 June 2022 25 Jun 2022 05 July 2022 05 Jul 2022 $9,350 to $17,290 $9,350 to $17,290 Coral Geographer Available Book
27 June 2022 27 Jun 2022 07 July 2022 07 Jul 2022 From $11,990 From $11,990 Coral Discoverer Call Us Contact Us
11 July 2022 11 Jul 2022 21 July 2022 21 Jul 2022 $9,350 to $15,590 $9,350 to $15,590 Coral Adventurer Filling Fast Book
16 July 2022 16 Jul 2022 26 July 2022 26 Jul 2022 $9,350 to $17,290 $9,350 to $17,290 Coral Geographer Filling Fast Book
18 July 2022 18 Jul 2022 28 July 2022 28 Jul 2022 $11,990 to $16,990 $11,990 to $16,990 Coral Discoverer Filling Fast Book

August 2022

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
01 August 2022 01 Aug 2022 11 August 2022 11 Aug 2022 From $8,250 From $8,250 Coral Adventurer Call Us Contact Us
06 August 2022 06 Aug 2022 16 August 2022 16 Aug 2022 From $8,370 From $8,370 Coral Geographer Call Us Contact Us
08 August 2022 08 Aug 2022 18 August 2022 18 Aug 2022 $10,190 to $14,440 $10,190 to $14,440 Coral Discoverer Filling Fast Book
22 August 2022 22 Aug 2022 01 September 2022 01 Sep 2022 From $8,250 From $8,250 Coral Adventurer Call Us Contact Us
27 August 2022 27 Aug 2022 06 September 2022 06 Sep 2022 $8,370 to $16,190 $8,370 to $16,190 Coral Geographer Available Book

September 2022

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
22 August 2022 22 Aug 2022 01 September 2022 01 Sep 2022 From $8,250 From $8,250 Coral Adventurer Call Us Contact Us
27 August 2022 27 Aug 2022 06 September 2022 06 Sep 2022 $8,370 to $16,190 $8,370 to $16,190 Coral Geographer Available Book
17 September 2022 17 Sep 2022 27 September 2022 27 Sep 2022 $8,370 to $16,190 $8,370 to $16,190 Coral Geographer Available Book
19 September 2022 19 Sep 2022 29 September 2022 29 Sep 2022 $10,190 to $14,440 $10,190 to $14,440 Coral Discoverer Available Book

April 2023

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
24 April 2023 24 Apr 2023 04 May 2023 04 May 2023 $9,960 to $15,590 $9,960 to $15,590 Coral Discoverer Available Book
28 April 2023 28 Apr 2023 08 May 2023 08 May 2023 $8,660 to $15,160 $8,660 to $15,160 Coral Adventurer Available Book

May 2023

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
24 April 2023 24 Apr 2023 04 May 2023 04 May 2023 $9,960 to $15,590 $9,960 to $15,590 Coral Discoverer Available Book
28 April 2023 28 Apr 2023 08 May 2023 08 May 2023 $8,660 to $15,160 $8,660 to $15,160 Coral Adventurer Available Book
09 May 2023 09 May 2023 19 May 2023 19 May 2023 $9,740 to $20,950 $9,740 to $20,950 Coral Geographer Available Book
15 May 2023 15 May 2023 25 May 2023 25 May 2023 $11,200 to $17,540 $11,200 to $17,540 Coral Discoverer Available Book
19 May 2023 19 May 2023 29 May 2023 29 May 2023 $9,740 to $17,050 $9,740 to $17,050 Coral Adventurer Available Book
30 May 2023 30 May 2023 09 June 2023 09 Jun 2023 $9,740 to $20,950 $9,740 to $20,950 Coral Geographer Available Book

June 2023

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
30 May 2023 30 May 2023 09 June 2023 09 Jun 2023 $9,740 to $20,950 $9,740 to $20,950 Coral Geographer Available Book
05 June 2023 05 Jun 2023 15 June 2023 15 Jun 2023 $11,200 to $17,540 $11,200 to $17,540 Coral Discoverer Available Book
09 June 2023 09 Jun 2023 19 June 2023 19 Jun 2023 $9,740 to $17,050 $9,740 to $17,050 Coral Adventurer Available Book
20 June 2023 20 Jun 2023 30 June 2023 30 Jun 2023 $9,740 to $20,950 $9,740 to $20,950 Coral Geographer Available Book
26 June 2023 26 Jun 2023 06 July 2023 06 Jul 2023 $11,200 to $17,540 $11,200 to $17,540 Coral Discoverer Available Book
30 June 2023 30 Jun 2023 10 July 2023 10 Jul 2023 $9,740 to $17,050 $9,740 to $17,050 Coral Adventurer Available Book

July 2023

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
26 June 2023 26 Jun 2023 06 July 2023 06 Jul 2023 $11,200 to $17,540 $11,200 to $17,540 Coral Discoverer Available Book
30 June 2023 30 Jun 2023 10 July 2023 10 Jul 2023 $9,740 to $17,050 $9,740 to $17,050 Coral Adventurer Available Book
11 July 2023 11 Jul 2023 21 July 2023 21 Jul 2023 $9,740 to $20,950 $9,740 to $20,950 Coral Geographer Available Book
17 July 2023 17 Jul 2023 27 July 2023 27 Jul 2023 $11,200 to $17,540 $11,200 to $17,540 Coral Discoverer Available Book
21 July 2023 21 Jul 2023 31 July 2023 31 Jul 2023 $9,740 to $17,050 $9,740 to $17,050 Coral Adventurer Available Book

August 2023

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
01 August 2023 01 Aug 2023 11 August 2023 11 Aug 2023 $8,660 to $18,620 $8,660 to $18,620 Coral Geographer Available Book
07 August 2023 07 Aug 2023 17 August 2023 17 Aug 2023 $9,960 to $15,590 $9,960 to $15,590 Coral Discoverer Available Book
11 August 2023 11 Aug 2023 21 August 2023 21 Aug 2023 $8,660 to $15,160 $8,660 to $15,160 Coral Adventurer Available Book
22 August 2023 22 Aug 2023 01 September 2023 01 Sep 2023 $8,660 to $18,620 $8,660 to $18,620 Coral Geographer Available Book
28 August 2023 28 Aug 2023 07 September 2023 07 Sep 2023 $9,960 to $15,590 $9,960 to $15,590 Coral Discoverer Available Book

September 2023

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
22 August 2023 22 Aug 2023 01 September 2023 01 Sep 2023 $8,660 to $18,620 $8,660 to $18,620 Coral Geographer Available Book
28 August 2023 28 Aug 2023 07 September 2023 07 Sep 2023 $9,960 to $15,590 $9,960 to $15,590 Coral Discoverer Available Book
30 September 2023 30 Sep 2023 10 October 2023 10 Oct 2023 $9,960 to $15,590 $9,960 to $15,590 Coral Discoverer Available Book

October 2023

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
30 September 2023 30 Sep 2023 10 October 2023 10 Oct 2023 $9,960 to $15,590 $9,960 to $15,590 Coral Discoverer Available Book

Your cruise price includes:

  • 10-night Expedition Voyage
  • Expert Expedition Team and Guest Lecturers
  • An authentic, flexible expedition itinerary
  • All daily guided excursions
  • Lectures, workshops and demonstrations onboard
  • All meals, chef-prepared on board
  • Selected wines and beer with lunch and dinner service
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Events, and Open Bridge Access
  • 24-hour coffee and teas
  • Use of all onboard facilities, including reference library
  • Access fees including Traditional Owner fees

Your cruise price does not include:

  • Pre and post flights, transfers and hotels
  • Helicopter Flight over Mitchell Falls
  • Entry visas/travel permits
  • Travel Insurance
  • Items of a personal nature including but not limited to phone and internet communications and bar charges (outside of the included drinks package as highlighted), laundry charges and souvenir purchases

Tipping not required

Our friendly reservations specialists are on hand to assist with your booking arrangements to ensure your holiday runs as smoothly as possible. Contact our team on 1800 079 545 during business hours in Australia or email explore@coralexpeditions.com

TRAVEL INSURANCE

Comprehensive Travel Insurance is strongly recommended for all travellers. Please refer to our Pre-Departure page for facts that should be considered and shared when speaking with Travel Insurance suppliers.

Pre Cruise Accommodation:

We recommend booking your pre-cruise accommodation in Broome at early. Our reservations team are on hand to assist.

SailSAFE

As always, it is our priority to keep our guests and crew safe while travelling with us. We want our guests and crew to have the greatest confidence that their safety and wellbeing have been thoroughly considered. Please read our SailSAFE plan for the requirements of each passenger prior to joining us.

Photos From Your Expedition

Following your expedition, you will receive a link by email to free download the images taken throughout your voyage by our Expedition Team. Please make sure that you have provided our reservations team with your relevant email address.

Hikes On This Expedition

Most walks are leisurely strolls along beaches, however, there are some more strenuous walks on offer. An alternative excursion will always be offered in place of higher impact walks. The Expedition Team will advise walking conditions and requirements prior to each excursion. Should you have any physical limitations or mobility issues, please notify our reservations team in advance prior to your departure.

Packing Tips

Due to the warm climate of this region, guests should pack lightweight clothing which can be layered. Wet-landings are common and pants which can be rolled up, shorts or a cotton skirt/dress are ideal. A lightweight long-sleeved shirt will help provide protection from the sun. Comfortable walking shoes and wet landing shoes such as reef walkers, Tevas or old sneakers are recommended. A packing checklist will be provided in your pre-departure documentation from our Reservations team after booking.

Additional Information:

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