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Grand Kimberley Coast

Ship: Caledonian Sky  
Departure: Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Nights: 9 nights
Departs: Wyndham
Returns: Broome
One Way Trip
One
way trip
Duration
9
Nights
Days at Sea
1
Sea Days
Ports
12
Ports
Countries Visted
2
Countries
  • Itinerary

    Grand Kimberley Coast

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    Day Date Port of Call Arrival Departure
    1 Wednesday, June 2, 2021 Wyndham, Australia 08:00 17:00
    View of Wyndham, Australia

    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. Read more about Wyndham, Australia

    2 Thursday, June 3, 2021 King George River, Australia 08:00 17:00
    View of King George River, Australia

    King George River enters Koolama Bay and the Timor Sea from the Gardner Plateau in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The 112km river was named after King George V in 1911 by the English explorer Chas Conigrave after a privately funded expedition in the area. Over many thousands of years the river has cut back into the plateau creating stunning sheer walls and majestic waterfalls at the end of several canyons. Access from large cruise ships is by launch, but smaller vessels can negotiate right to the twin falls, 12 km upstream, which have a drop of 84 m. Read more about King George River, Australia

    3 Friday, June 4, 2021 Vansittart Bay, Australia 08:00 17:00
    View of Vansittart Bay, Australia

    Vansittart Bay lies 530km WSW of Darwin, on the Kimberley coast of Western Australia, facing the Indian Ocean. A small stream, low rock platforms, and the sparse Truscott-Mungalalu Plateau face the bay. This is a protected large bay with numerous small islands and secluded coves that offer plenty of fishing. It is best known for its excellent rock art, regarded by many as possibly the oldest known to man. Read more about Vansittart Bay, Australia

    4 Saturday, June 5, 2021 Bigge Island, Australia 08:00 17:00
    View of Bigge Island, Australia

    Bigge Island is the second largest of the islands that comprise the Bonaparte Archipelago, off the coast of the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The island is composed of weathered sandstones that form a rugged and barren landscape, but it is criss-crossed by many deep grooves and fissures, forming valleys that support the island's vegetation. Being uninhabited and free of feral creatures, it is a safe habitat for several vulnerable mammal species, including the small Monjon rock wallabies, the Ilangnalya, and the Northern Quoll. Read more about Bigge Island, Australia

    5 Sunday, June 6, 2021 Hunter River, Australia 08:00 11:00
    View of Hunter River, Australia

    Hunter River has its headwaters in the Kimberley region of Western Australia and flows into the NE corner of the beautiful Prince Frederick Harbour and York Sound. The river was named in 1820 by the explorer Philip Parker King, after the surgeon, James Hunter, on the ship the Mermaid. Lined with green rainforest, mangroves and soaring red cliffs, the scenery is truly spectacular. The river is noted for a distinctive rock formation at its mouth, with cliffs reaching some 200m in height. Read more about Hunter River, Australia

    5 Sunday, June 6, 2021 Prince Frederick Harbour, Australia 13:00 17:00
    6 Monday, June 7, 2021 Prince Regent River, Australia 08:00 11:00
    View of Prince Regent River, Australia

    The Prince Regent River is located in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The River is in the SE corner of the St George Basin, which is a mix of rocky mangrove islands, reefs and sandbars. Entering the basin through whirlpools, rocks and islands is exciting. The whole area including the Prince Regent River comprises the Prince Regent Nature Reserve of more than 600,000 hectares, and affords stunning views of Mt Waterloo and Mt Trafalgar. Read more about Prince Regent River, Australia

    6 Monday, June 7, 2021 Careening Bay, Australia 13:00 17:00
    7 Tuesday, June 8, 2021 Raft Point, Australia 08:00 11:00
    View of Raft Point, Australia

    Raft Point is an uninhabited headland with imposing steep cliffs on the Timor Sea, near the mouth of the Sale River in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. It overlooks a small sandy bay served by several creeks, and is ideal for crabbing and some amazing fishing. Raft Point is a base for shore expeditions to some of the country's most remarkable Aboriginal rock art. Walk for about 20 minutes with a 150 m uphill climb to see the large spectacular pictures of many quality Wandjina figures amongst other depictions of marine and wildlife – dugongs, original inhabitants and X-ray fish. Read more about Raft Point, Australia

    7 Tuesday, June 8, 2021 Montgomery Reef, Australia 13:00 17:00
    View of Montgomery Reef, Australia

    The Montgomery Reef is Australia's largest inshore reef system covering more than 300km2, near the mouth of the Sale River off the Kimberley coast of West Australia. At high tide you see very little of the Reef but as the tide drops rapidly away a raging torrent of water, cascading off the top of this 400ha reef erupts, as miles of surrounding reef appears to slowly rise out of the ocean. Read more about Montgomery Reef, Australia

    8 Wednesday, June 9, 2021 Talbot Bay, Australia 14:00 17:00

    Talbot Bay encloses the 800, rugged and sparsely vegetated islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The major attraction, drawing thousands of visitors each year, is the Horizontal 'two way' Waterfall' that results from massive tidal movements that cause a waterfall effect as water banks up against one side of a narrow coastal gorge, then hurtles through, sideways, up to 5 metres high, to be repeated again on the turning tide! Naturalist David described the Horizontal Falls as "One of the greatest wonders of the natural world". Read more about Talbot Bay, Australia

    9 Thursday, June 10, 2021 Adele Island
    10 Friday, June 11, 2021 Broome, Australia 08:00
    View of Broome, Australia

    Broome, situated on a peninsula in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, is known as the ‘pearl of the north’ due to its being the home of the South Sea pearls, among the largest commercially harvested cultured pearls in the world. In the 1800s Broome attracted pearl divers from Japan, Malaysia and the Philippines, resulting in the delightful multicultural town it is today. Visitors can witness first-hand how Broome pearls are cultured on a cruise to a local pearl farm, and hear the romantic stories of the original pearl luggers. Visit the amazing pearl showrooms of Chinatown. Read more about Broome, Australia

  • Ship

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    Cruiseline: APT Ship: Caledonian Sky Departure: Wednesday, June 2, 2021 Nights: 9 nights Departs: Wyndham Returns: Broome

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