Kimberley Wildlife Expedition Cruises

5 – 11 September 2014 Cruise/ fly

Broome to Adele Island (float plane Adele Island to Broome)

11 – 17 September 2014 Fly/cruise

Adele Island to Broome (float plane Broome to Adele Island)

Join Kimberley Whale Watching and Kimberley Expeditions for the trip of a lifetime on the rugged and remote Kimberley coast, as you explore the Kimberley’s islands and reefs on MV Reef Prince, surrounded by the world’s largest Humpback whale population.  Your guides, local Kimberley naturalists and photographers Richard Costin and Annabelle Sandes will be joined on this voyage by specialist ornithologist George Swann, from Kimberley Birdwatching.

The trip focuses on the Kimberley’s amazing wildlife, including huge colonies of shorebirds and seabirds, Humpback whales, dolphins and other cetaceans, turtles, seasnakes, manta rays and magnificent corals and marine life.

This seven day trip offers exceptional value (from $3,000 pp twin share), including a seaplane transfer and scenic flight from Broome to Adele Island. Along the way you’ll have the option of participating in important Humpback whale and dolphin research as we keep records of sightings, photograph tail and fluke markings and make hydrophone recordings of whalesong.

Maximum 30 passengers

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Kimberley Whale Watching's 7 day wildlife expedition cruise
A female humpback whale displays her tail as she swims near Broome's Cable Beach
Corals line the edge of a deep blue hole near Augustus Island on the Kimberley coast.
Boat based whale survey
Dugong Bay