Kimberley Quest will mark 25 years of cruising WA’s North West next year, and to celebrate, it’s offering a special expanded expedition cruise in March.
The 21-day Beyond Adventure voyage will depart from Darwin on March 5, and will be led by long-term expedition leader and on-board naturalist Tim Willing.
The longer itinerary will allow more time to explore the Kimberley coastline and include the chance to see rock art, catch a barramundi, swim in rock pools and see World War II sites.
It will visit the Berkeley River, King George Falls, the Prince Regent River, King Cascade, Cathedral Gorge, Kuri Bay, Raft Point, Montgomery Reef, the Buccaneer Archipelago and more. It will finish in Broome.
The cruise is nearly sold out but there are still cabins available for $18,500 a person.
See kimberleyquest.com.au or phone 1300 156 035.
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