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Amazing Waterfalls

Due to the large amounts of rainfall during the wet season, the Kimberley is home to many impressive waterfalls. From the tallest twin falls in WA, to cascading falls and horizontal falls, the Kimberley has it all. Bring your camera!

Personal Friendly Service

Our crew work exceptionally hard to ensure our guests have the best Kimberley experience possible. Whilst taking guests on epic Kimberley adventures, they will also carry your water and towels on excursions, offer a helping hand when walking over rocks and out of tender vessels, prepare 5 delicious meals per day, top up beverages so that they never run dry, service staterooms and wash your clothes,  always with interesting conversation and a smile on their faces. Guests constantly remark that the crew interaction is one of the most enjoyable aspects of their Kimberley Wilderness experience.

Personal Friendly Service

The dry season provides visitors to the Kimberley region beautiful, warm weather and cooler nights so it’s hardly surprising that this is the most popular time of year for visitors. The lack of flooding during the dry season also means you have access to the stunning sights of the region. While the dry seasons runs between May and October, June through to August are the most sought after months for travellers.

Wild Flora & Fauna

The Kimberley is one of the most diverse regions in the world when it comes to its rich array of plant and animal life. Crocodiles, wallabies, bilbies, quolls and over 300 species of birds call the Kimberley home. Along the coast, you can expect to find humpback whales, snubfin dolfins, turtles and hundreds of species of fish. When you visit the area, you will also encounter the iconic boab tree with its distinctive swollen base.

Cultural Historical Tours

The Kimberley is one of the last untouched wildernesses in the world and is steeped in history and cultural richness. The Traditional Land Owners of the region are the oldest living civilisation in the world and much of their cultural heritage is still observable. Early white explorers also travelled the land and explored the coastline with many relics and artefacts still in place and in remarkable condition considering the harsh environment.

Cultural Historical Tours

The rugged, rocky landscape of the Kimberley means it remains one of the last untouched wildernesses in the world. In contrast to the towering gorges and sandstone cliffs are the abundance of rivers and waterfalls which dominate the region. From the majesty of King George Falls to the ancient Windjana Gorge, the landscape is a sight to behold.

Tender Vessel Expeditions

With three expedition tender vessels, our guests will always have the opportunity to participate in a range of daily activities. Our tender vessels will take guests out several times every day to fully immerse in the Kimberley environment and atmosphere.  Join a fishing group and traverse the rivers, estuaries or head out to open water for an exciting fishing experience. For those not interested in fishing, there are many activities that include observation from vessels for rock art, getting up-close to waterfalls for a refreshing dunk, observing wildlife in and out of water, swimming excursions in water holes, bush walking trips and locating cultural/historical points of interest.

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