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Darwin is a modern city (largely because its previous incarnation was blown down by a cyclone) with sparkling buildings and broad streets. Its fortunes are built on the sugar and fruits from the plantations and forests, which enfold the city. Study Aboriginal art and pearl fishing in the city’s museums.
King George River
King George River and Falls
Bigge Island is the largest of the islands that comprise the Bonaparte Archipelago.
Prince Frederick Harbour
Fed by many rivers and creeks including the Roe and Hunter Rivers and discharging into the Indian Ocean, Prince Frederick Harbour is home to some of the most spectacular scenery you will see in the Kimberley Region. The Hunter River meanders around this area to reveal a spectacular back drop of Mount Trafalgar. Fishing and mud-crabbing are popular activities in the area and the spectauclar Mitchell Falls is a short helicopter flight away.
Careening Bay was named by Phillip Parker King after his ship, ‘HMC Mermaid’, was careened during his first voyage of discovery in the Kimberley.
Prince Regent River
The Prince Regent River in the East Kimberley is an untouched waterway which cuts through sandstone cliffs and gorges and in some places runs entirely straight through the Pitta Gorge between incredibly steep cliffs. The main attraction is the terraced rock formations of Kings Cascade waterfall, however the Prince Regent National Park region contains some of Australia’s most spectacular coastal scenery, and is home to an abundance of ancient rock art, as well as a wide variety of native bird species.
This large gulf in norther Western Australia is famous for having the world's highest tides, ranging up to almost 12 metres. Formed at the mouth of the Fitzroy river, King Sound is also home to the town of Derby and some beautiful coastal scenery.
These low lying islands are the most important breeding grounds for Green Turtles and also Brown Booby and Lesser Frigate birds. Situated on a large platform reef off the west coast of the Dampier Peninsula, these islands are rarely visited.
Bordered by the Indian Ocean and sandy beaches on one side and the arid red-green landscape of the Kimberley wilderness on the other, Western Australia's Broome is a place a beat apart from the rest of Australia. Broome is a vibrant city filled with a history and culture all its own, as well as the gateway to the vast Kimberley wilderness.
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Coral Princess Cruises
Welcome To Coral Princess Cruises - Australia's Leading Expedition Cruise company offering Great Barrier Reef cruises, Cape York cruises, Kimberley cruises, Papua New Guinea cruises, Melanesia cruises, New Zealand cruises, and Australian Outback cruises. Coral Princess Cruises pioneered the concept of small ship expedition cruising, we are Australia’s longest established adventure cruise operator and started operating Great Barrier Reef cruises in 1984 and introduced our Kimberley Cruise program in 1996. A Coral Princess Cruise is an experience that you will never forget, now with three expedition ships; Oceanic Princess, Coral Princess and Coral Princess II.
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Commissioned in July 1988, the custom-made Coral Princess is 35 metres in length and carries just 50 passengers and has created the basis for what Coral Princess Cruises are today. Coral Princess is based on the Barrier Reef for 6 months of the year, and then undertakes our cruise itineraries in The Kimberley region and new for 2005, she will also operate as part of the 2005 Cape York program.
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