Cruises from Swift Bay
Swift Bay, in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, is an inlet to the fractured coastline, 12 kilometres west of the Mitchell River inlet. The flat rocky shoreline, with little vegetation, does have a number of sandy beaches, and deep to the SW of the bay mangroves line the shoreline. In the waters of the bay are of course salt-water crocodiles you’ll see from your Zodiak. Access to this region is by explorer vessel, sea plane charter, or 4WD.
The three nearest beaches to Swift Bay are Ditji Beach, Yelcher Beach and Injin Beach. The sandstone bedrock has been undermined by erosion along parts of the shoreline presenting rather deep caves.