Kimberley Cruise Deals

Earlybird Savings & more...

 We have special offers aboard some of the Kimberley’s best ships. Take advantage of some great savings and bonus offers, exclusively when you book your cruise with Kimberley Cruise Specialists. 

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No Single Supplement aboard Reef Prince!

Book a selected 2021 Reef Prince Kimberley cruise and single travellers can cruise in their own cabin without the need to pay a single supplement. Applies to Class 3 and Class 4 cabins only. Enquire today for full details.

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Booking Bonus 2021 & 2022

Book selected 2021 or 2022 Kimberley cruises and add two nights at Broome's renowned Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa for just $49 per person, twin share. This accommodation is normally valued at up to $1,098 per couple. Applies to a range of the Kimberley's best ships. Click our logo above for more details and full terms and conditions.

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Staircase Moon Broome dates

2022 Staircase to the Moon Dates

One of Broome’s most popular natural attractions is the famed Staircase to the Moon, visible only three nights each month when the full moon rises over the exposed mudflats of Roebuck Bay, creating an illusion of a staircase from the beach directly to the full moon. On ‘Staircase nights’, locals and travellers are drawn to

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Direct flights to Broome in 2021

Save time – fly direct to Broome in 2021 If you’re from the East Coast of Australia, when organising your Kimberley holiday it’s worth thinking about how many days to add in Broome before or after your cruise to take advantage of direct flights back to your home city. While you can fly from Broome

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Launch of Coral Geographer

Coral Geographer launched ahead of Kimberley Cruises

The new Coral Geographer Floated Out Australia’s pioneer of Kimberley cruising – Coral Expeditions – marked another incredible milestone last week with the floating out of the Kimberley’s newest luxury expedition ship, the state-of-the art 93-metre Coral Geographer. Having touched the water for the first time, a large team of ship builders and carpenters have

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