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Cruises visiting Wyndham & all Wyndham cruises for  2018-2019

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Wyndham in the 2018-2020 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Australia Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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Wyndham, located where the King River meets the Cambridge Gulf, is the oldest and northernmost town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Over 5000 gold diggers entered the colony in 1885 through Wyndham, heading for the southern gold fields near Halls Creek. The large jarrah jetty, built in the 1890s to export cattle, was also a catalyst to its growth. A few kilometres along the Gulf, Wyndham East is the main residential and shopping area. Be sure to visit the Lookout at Five Rivers where the King, Ord, Pentecost, Durack and Forest empty into the Cambridge Gulf.

The Post Office and also Duracks store are fine examples of early Western Australian architecture, and the two Afghan Cemeteries pay respect to the many camel drovers that came from the Middle East. Other attractions include Western Australia's first Crocodile Park and the Zoological Gardens where you can watch and feed crocodiles, alligators and komodo dragons. Take local advice on a swim at the Grotto, a waterhole oasis, set in a natural amphitheatre, and visit the Prison Tree, a hollow old Boab tree that was used by local police as a temporary lock-up, just a few kilometres away.

As Wyndham is surrounded by spectacular landforms, rivers and wetlands, take a flight over the area and be amazed by the magnificent scenery, secluded billabongs, as well as the Bungle Bungles and Lake Argyle. Excellent fishing, horse riding and walking trails are also on offer. Safely spot wild saltwater crocodiles from Crocodile Lookout over the creek that was used by the meat works as a blood drain out into the Gulf. You won't forget your visit to the city that is also known for its 18m long and 3m high Big Croc.

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