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10 Day Kimberley Wildlife Cruise

Western Australia’s Kimberley is a world class whale watching region and home to the world’s largest population of Humpback whales.  

Every year the whales make an epic migration from their feeding grounds in the Antarctic to spend the winter months from June to October in the Kimberley’s warm, tropical waters. Here they mate and calve, largely undisturbed, and sheltered by the islands and reefs of the Buccaneer and Bonaparte Archipelagos.  The whales have staged a magnificent recovery since the closure of the last Australian whaling station in the late 1970s, with the total population now estimated at somewhere between 28,000 and 42,000 individuals.

As Kimberley Wildlife Expedition Cruises we offer personalised small-group 10 day wildlife  and whale watching cruises along the Kimberley coast, including the islands, reef  and  outer shoals, with a special focus on Adele Island and the Lacepede Islands, both important seabird breeding and roosting colonies.  

The waters off these islands are rich in cetaceans.  You’ll enjoy close encounters with the world’s largest population of Humpback whales, “Breeding Stock D”, as they breach, play and nurture calves, and encounter several species of dolphins, turtles, sea snakes and other marine life.  You’ll also see seabirds, including Masked and Brown boobies, and a variety of migratory shorebirds.     Listen to the the Humpback’s complex and intriguing songs through our onboard hydrophone, with an extensive and informative commentary from Kimberley Whale Watching’s local whale researchers, who have nine years experience in the waters around Broome, and the Kimberley’s islands, reefs and outer shoals.  


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