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Yacht Experiences

Discover The Kimberley’s remote grandeur

With fewer people per mile than almost anywhere on earth, the Kimberley is a hidden gem of Australia’s West Coast. With its dramatic and rugged coast often only accessible by the water, a yacht is an ideal way to discover this remote region’s cascading falls, white sand beaches, and spectacular gorges.

When to go:
APRIL – OCTOBER

HORIZONTAL FALLS & ANCIENT ART

Fly into Broome—Kimberley’s southern gateway—before boarding your yacht. Your warm welcome will be followed by cocktails and an open-air dinner with views of the epic white sands of Cable Beach as you cruise.

You’ll experience the remarkable Horizontal Falls next when you take a tender to Talbot Bay. Ride through this churning natural wonder and take a private helicopter ride over the falls for a bird’s eye view. Stay up in the heights next with a guide-led scaling of some of Kimberley’s most famous rock formations.

Afterward learn how to fish for barramundi and the art behind this hard-fighting, high-jumping game. Your onboard chef will prepare your catch of the day before a delicious dinner in a spectacular, remote location.

The next day, join an archaeologist for a private tour of some of the earliest examples of figurative art. Discover the Jurassic past of this destination with visits—by foot and helicopter—to dinosaur-tracked archaeological sites with exclusive access to rarely seen areas.

At Eagle Falls, you’ll land amid stunning scenery. Take time breathing in the area’s scenic beauty before selecting where you’d like to enjoy your luxury picnic.

KING CASCADES & CORAL DIVE

Explore the Prince Regent River on your yacht. With the waters teeming with mangrove jack, bream, and threadfin salmon, disembark at various points along the way for productive fishing stops.

Or trek through the outstanding beauty of the surrounding national park, discovering its blend of unusual flora and fauna being conserved here. Arriving at the top of the breathtaking King Cascades waterfall, slip into a freshwater pool for a cooling dip.

Australia’s largest inshore reef is found in the Kimberley and, accompanied by a dive master, discover the vast array of life—from dugongs to turtles—that inhabit this 140 square miles of coral.

Your trip finale is a journey to the area’s ‘jewel in the crown’—King George Falls plunging for an uninterrupted 262ft vertical drop.

You’ll anchor at the foot of this twin waterfall and go for a swim or explore the fascinating red sandstone cliffs. After an invigorating freshwater shower at its base, take to the air in your private helicopter to see the majesty of the falls from above.