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Cruises visiting Hunter River & all Hunter River cruises for  2019

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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. To the north, Mt Anderson rises to an impressive 480 m.

The river has two waterfalls, the Hunter and Donkin Falls, both of which have a dramatic, almost vertical drop of 90 m in the wet season. Naturalists Island at the river mouth has a conspicuous white sandy beach on its west side and is a staging point for scenic helicopter excursions 40 km NE to an airstrip at the famous Mitchell Falls & Plateau. Fishing, mud crabbing and bird-watching are additional highlights that can be enjoyed. The headwaters of the river rise below Donkins Hill. The river flows in a south-westerly direction until it discharges into Prince Frederick Harbour then York Sound and the Indian Ocean.

The Kimberley, through which the Hunter River flows, is one of the world's last great wilderness areas, and covers an area large enough to fit the U.K. twice, despite the fact that the total population is slightly higher than 40 000. Most of the population is concentrated in small towns such as Kununurra and Wyndham in the East and Broome and Derby on the coast in the west. Highlights of the Kimberley include magnificent wilderness scenery, rare fauna and flora and a rich and colourful history. The Kimberley thrives as a tourist destination with 85% of the population being tourists.

Cruises visiting Hunter River in 2019

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Le Laperouse cruises

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Le Laperouse cruises

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$11,150

$1,115

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JUL

Le Laperouse cruises

10

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$11,150

$1,115

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AUG

Le Laperouse cruises

10

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Le Laperouse cruises

$12,300

$1,230

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Le Laperouse cruises

10

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Le Laperouse cruises

$12,300

$1,230

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Iconic Kimberley Cruise
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