If thrilling adventure and breathtaking experiences are calling your name, our action-packed Kimberley cruises are what you have been waiting for! From skirting through waves and whirlpools to climbing the flooded valley above the Horizontal Waterfall, from admiring the ancient and fascinating rock paintings to hiking past boab trees, Aurora Expeditions’ Kimberley cruises offer fun and excitement for all ages.

Our Kimberley expeditions will take you into Australia’s North West – one of the country’s best kept secrets. We’ll cruise the Kimberley’s maze of nearly 3,000 islands along the coast between Broome and Darwin, landing daily to explore its natural beauty and attractions, including sprawling landscapes, beautiful gorges and lush waterfalls.

Key highlights of our Kimberley cruises include the Lacepede Islands, the spectacular Montgomery Reef, Bigge Island, and the majestic 80m King George Falls, the tallest waterfall in Western Australia.

We currently have no departures for the Kimberley Coast. Add your name to our waitlist and we will contact you when we launch new Kimberley Coast cruises.

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