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Australia's Kimberley: A Voyage To The Outback


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An exotic odyssey by cruise showcasing a forgotten land where nature reigns supreme. Departing on April 21, 2020.


Arrive in Darwin on April 23 and enjoy an afternoon at leisure.

Today explore historic Darwin with a visit to the George Brown Botanic Gardens, the Darwin Military Museum, and the impressive Darwin Museum and Art Gallery.

Permission pending, go ashore on the Tiwis and join local Aboriginal guides for a tour of the small community of Nguiu.

Cruise through a spectacular canyon where vertical cliffs, gorges, and mangroves line the shores of the mighty King George River.

View fine examples of ancient Bradshaw or Gwion Gwion art, thought to be 20,000 to 15,000 years old.

A unique experience awaits us on Bigge Island, sacred to Aborigines for thousands of years.

From Hunter River, fly via helicopter to the Mitchell Plateau to visit Mitchell Falls.

At Montgomery Reef, view the amazing array of marine life exposed at low tide.

The Lacepede Islands are a group of four low, sandy islands lying on a coral reef.

Disembark in Broome with time for a bit of sightseeing.

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Give into the call of the wild on this dramatic adventure showcasing Australia’s mesmerizing Kimberly region, one of the last places on the continent where nature still reigns supreme. Soar over dramatic gorges in a helicopter on your way to Mitchell Falls. Watch history come to life on a guided bush walk to gaze at astounding paintings dating back 15000 years. Explore rarely-visited isles home to mangroves, rugged gorges, and whirlpools and get up close to vast seabird colonies. Hailing from Sydney Australia, our leader on this tour Brad Climpson began his career aboard expedition cruises in Northern Australia in the late 1990s and is the ultimate guide for your Outback adventure. With a strong interest in terrestrial fauna and his experience with the Aboriginal cultures of Australia, he will be able to provide meaningful insights into how indigenous cultures interact with their natural environment. Along with Brad, you’ll be joined by renowned social anthropologists, geologists, ornithologists and more. Especially chosen for this voyage, our team of expert leaders and lecturers serves to bring a comprehensive educational component to your adventure through lectures, guided excursions, and daily recaps.  

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