Coral Expeditions Launches 2024 Waterfall Season Promotion  

Big rains, best deals and local expertise set up a bumper waterfall season commencing this April. 


Coral Expeditions, Australia’s pioneering cruise line, is ready to set sail on the Kimberley waterfall season 2024 with the first of our annual departures on the Coral Adventurer due to depart on April 5th. As record rains fall across northern Australia, the season is primed for a spectacular flow across the many waterfalls on our 10-night itinerary. 

Along the way, guests will be amazed by the range and diversity of the unique waterfall experiences on offer which include. 

  • The majestic and powerful twin falls plunging over 80 metres from the escarpment top at mighty King George Falls where we take guests in zodiacs up to the face of the falls for an exhilarating “Kimberley Shower”. 
  • Take in the pristine pools and carpet of colourful wildflowers at the aptly named Tranquil Falls. 
  • Enjoy a bird’s eye view from a Heli tour and walk to stunning vantage points to witness the Mitchell River Falls where guests can even take a swim in the pools atop the plateau. 
  • Follow the Prince Regent River system in our Xplorer tenders to discover the hidden beauty of King Cascade. 
  • Take a small climb to Ruby Falls where guests can escape the tropical heat with a refreshing freshwater swim. 
  • Enjoy the thrill of zodiac rides to experience the tidal phenomenon of the renowned Horizontal Waterfalls and discover the emerging reef rising out of the ocean at Montgomery Reef. 

“With a fleet of 3-vessels operating 20 departures between April and June, this is a magnificent opportunity to see the Kimberley in full flow and bloom at a special time of the year” states Commercial Director Jeff Gillies. “Coral Expeditions is one of a small number of Australian flagged operators who commence the season this early, and it is becoming renowned as the best time to explore. The landscape is alive with movement, sound and colour, and the Kimberley is at its most pristine and uncrowded”. 

Coral Expeditions is offering very attractive short lead travel fares with a special Waterfall Season Sale giving guests a chance to join the Coral Geographer or Coral Adventurer on selected dates from as low as $9,000 per person on the Coral Deck, $12,000 per person on Promenade and $15,000 per person on the Explorer Deck balcony staterooms. This represents savings of up to 30% while availability on these deals lasts. 

For solo travellers, we have selected dates throughout 2024 where guest can have solo supplement charges waived making 2024 the year to fulfil your Kimberley cruise dreams. 

Promotional fares are bookable direct with Coral Expeditions reservations call centre, online at or through your preferred travel agent. 


For more information, or to make a booking, visit  or contact the reservations team at 1800 079 545.  


To view our gallery of images from the Waterfalls of the Kimberley, click here. 

To watch our 30 minute “Expedition Kimberley” documentary, click here. 


For trade and media access to brochures, images and video of the region please visit HERE 



For media enquiries please contact: 

Jeff Gillies | Commercial Director
[email protected]
0418 415 581.


About Coral Expeditions 

Recognised as Australia’s longest established and most awarded expedition cruise operator, Coral Expeditions is Australia’s pioneering cruise line offering a unique style of immersive expeditions. Starting with environmentally sensitive cruises on the Great Barrier Reef, 40 years later the fleet has grown to a purpose-built ocean-going fleet featuring the intimate Coral Discoverer and the advanced flagship vessels Coral Adventurer and sister ship Coral Geographer. All ships feature the company’s trademark complement of multiple zodiacs and ‘Xplorer’ safari tender boats that take guests to shore quickly and comfortably.  Headquartered in Cairns, Coral Expeditions offers expedition cruises to the Great Barrier Reef, the Kimberley, Tasmania’s wilderness coast, Cape York and Arnhem Land, New Zealand and further afield to the small islands of New Guinea, Raja Ampat and the Spice Islands, Japan and the East Indies including Sulawesi, Borneo, Komodo and Sumatra.