15-Day Kimberley Cruise: Voyage to the Outback 

15-Day Kimberley Cruise: Voyage to the Outback

Australian Outback, Gratuities and Zodiac Cruises

Join Zegrahm Expeditions to sail the pristine, dramatic wilderness of The Kimberley, Australia, on board the 65-guest Coral Discoverer.  Keep an eye out for prolific wildlife, gorgeous scenery and high adventure along the striking coastline. A team of experts are there to help transform your vacation into an authentic learning experience, whether you are examining the cave paintings at Raft Point or searching for local seabirds. This is an excellent choice for the active traveler who appreciates brisk hikes in sometimes rugged terrain, thrilling encounters with the local flora and fauna, as well as the spontaneity of expedition cruising.

Included Shore Excursions, Gratuities and Zodiac Cruises

Cruise Line: Zegrahm Expeditions
Ship(s): Coral Discoverer
Departure: May 3, 2019
Length: 15 Days
Starts: Roundtrip Broome
Starting from
per person

Cruise Amenities

Book this trip now with Cruise Specialists and receive the following exclusive amenities!

Zegrahm ALL-INCLUSIVE Amenities:
  • Complimentary activity options, from cultural tours, nature hikes to zodiac cruises
  • All gratuities, from porters and ship's crew to tour guides and drivers
  • All accommodations
  • World-class lecture and expedition team
  • All entrance fees, taxes and landing and port charges
  • Arrival and departure transfer on group dates
  • Gift certificates for recommended expedition gear and reading materials
  • Comprehensive pre-departure packet to prepare you for your trip
  • Dedicated staff to answer all of your questions and assist with flight arrangements
  • All meals on board and with the group ashore, including beer and wine with lunch and dinner
  • Medical expense coverage and emergency evacuation insurance


15-Day Kimberley Cruise: Voyage to the Outback

Fares as low as $14,580 and Included Shore Excursions, Gratuities and Zodiac Cruises!

Australia's Kimberley: Voyage to the Outback
Aboard the Coral Discoverer
May 3, 2019 ♦ Roundtrip Broome ♦ 15 DAYS

May 3-5
DEPART USA/Broome, Australia:
Board your independent overnight flight to Australia, losing a day crossing the International Date Line. Arrive in Broome on Sunday, enjoy your afternoon at leisure before you gather together for a Welcome Dinner and overnight at hotel.
May 6
Broome, Australia/Embark Coral Discoverer:
Exploring laid-back Broome; join a city tour to discover museums or botantical gardens. This afternoon embark Coral Discoverer and depart.
May 7

Nares Point:
Scenic cruising around this ancient sandstone protuding from the mainland. Go ashore to the sparking white sands of Silica Beach. Opportunity for a guided walk or simply relax on the beach
May 8
Montgomery Reef:
View the amazing array of marine life that is exposed at low tide, with possible green sea turtle and shark sightings
May 9 

Prince Regent Nature Reserve/Camp Creek/Careening Bay:
The Prince Regent Nature Reserve is only accessible by sea or air, its remote, rugged landscape protect its scenery. Head up the river on a Zodiac to view the King Cascade. Camp Creek is home to estuarine crocodiles, re-tailed black cockatoos and galahs. Careening Bay hosts a boab tree with the inscription "H..M.C. Mermaid-1820", where this British Navy survey ship stayed during repairs.
May 10

Bigge Island and Sterna Island:
Bigge Island
has been sacred to Aborigines for milenia and hosts well-preserved Aboriginal paintings on the cave walls, offering a glimpse into their spiritual and historical world. This is also a great place to witness Monjon, the smallest of wallabies. Look out for a diverse number of seabirds on Sterna Island.
May 11  Swift Bay:
Visit a pearl farm, go on a walk to see examples of Wandjina and Bradshaw art
May 12 

Hunter River and Mitchell Falls:
An exhilarating helicopter flight whisks you from Hunter River to Mitchell Plateau to discover the spectacular Mitchell Falls. Freshwater pools offer a cool spot to swim. There are plenty of delightful sights at the anchorage area among the mangroves and tidal mud flats, including birds, mud skippers, crocodiles and fiddler crabs.
May 13

Buccaneer Archipelago, Raft Point:
Consisting of more than 800 islands, the Buccaneer Archipelago offers some of the most picturesque shorelines in the world. Your daily schedule will be determined by the tides.  Learn the traditions of the Worrorra people during a bush walk at Raft Point.
May 14  Talbot Bay:
Witness the amazing Horizontal Waterfalls at Talbot Bay, where turning tides cause the waterfalls to reverse!
May 15 

Lacepede Islands:
This is an important nesting spot for green sea turtles and several species of seabirds. A Zodiac cruise gets you closer to seabird colonies. The absence of city lights create a dazzling occasion for stargazing tonight from the ship's deck.
May 16-17
Broome, Disembark, Sydney, USA:
Disembark in Broome with enough time for sightseeing. Transfer to Airport for your independent flight to Sydney with dinner and overnight at Rydges Sydney Airport Hotel. Board your independent flight to the USA on Friday, arriving the same day.
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 Included Shore Excursions, Gratuities and Zodiac Cruises!

Fares shown is cruise-only per person in US dollars based on double-occupancy in minimum available stateroom. Fares subject to change. Other categories available, please ask for details. Space is very limited and subject to change. Fares include: “daily activity options” including cultural tours, nature walks and Zodiac cruises; all accommodations, lecture and expedition tea; all onboard meals and group meals ashore, soft drinks, beer and wine with lunch and dinner; all entrance fees, taxes, landing and port charges; arrival and departure transfers on group dates; gift certificates for recommended expedition gear and reading material; medical expense coverage and emergency evacuation insurance. Airfare and related expenses are not included. Other restrictions apply. We reserve the right to correct errors.