The west kimberley Coast

Discover the West Kimberley Coast's diverse tours here, catering to every traveler's taste. Whether it's scenic flights, cultural experiences, or boat charter adventures, find your perfect expedition here. Start your journey today and uncover the wonders of this captivating region.

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Buccaneer Archipelago

The Buccaneer Archipelago, comprised of over 1,000 tiny islands, lies to the northwest of the Kimberley town of Derby, offering a haven for cruising and fishing enthusiasts. This untouched region of Western Australia boasts patches of rainforest, secluded beaches, and a fringe of mangroves, all surrounded by a vibrant turquoise tropical sea.

One of the area's most renowned attractions is the Horizontal Waterfall in Talbot Bay, best appreciated from a scenic flight offering unparalleled views. Joining a Kimberley cruise allows you to immerse yourself in the landscape, with opportunities to witness ancient rock art and experience the dramatic tidal movements that surge up tidal creeks. Fishing enthusiasts will also find themselves in paradise with the abundance of marine life in the area.

Arrange your sea safaris, cruises, flights, and other tours to the Buccaneer Archipelago from Broome and prepare for an unforgettable adventure in this pristine corner of Western Australia.


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 Mongomery Reef

Prepare to witness an awe-inspiring marine phenomenon at Montgomery Reef, the world's largest inshore reef. As the tide recedes, this remarkable reef emerges from the ocean, revealing a mesmerising display of cascading water and a bustling array of marine life. Octopuses, turtles, reef sharks, dugongs, manta rays, and dolphins are just some of the creatures that make their escape during this spectacle.

Located between Camden Sound and Collier Bay, Montgomery Reef is an integral part of Lalang-garram/Camden Sound Marine Park. You can experience this natural wonder by taking a boat cruise or scenic flight tour from Derby.

Covering approximately 300 square kilometres, Montgomery Reef is renowned for its diverse marine life and dramatic tidal changes, often exceeding eight meters. The marine park is also home to six species of threatened marine turtles, humpback dolphins, saltwater crocodiles, and several sawfish species, making it a vital sanctuary for marine biodiversity.

While exploring the stunning Kimberley coast, don't miss the chance to visit the only horizontal waterfalls on Earth and discover the enchanting Buccaneer Archipelago, home to over 1000 islands waiting to be explored.


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King Sound

King Sound, a vast gulf in northern Western Australia, boasts some of the highest tides in Australia and among the world's highest, with a maximum tidal range of 11.8 meters at Derby. This dynamic waterway generates awe-inspiring phenomena, including standing waves reaching up to 40 feet high and whirlpools expanding up to 2500 feet across, plunging depths of 300 feet below the surface.

Stretching from the mouth of the Fitzroy River, one of Australia's largest watercourses, King Sound opens to the Indian Ocean. It spans approximately 120 kilometers in length and maintains an average width of about 50 kilometers. The port town of Derby is situated near the mouth of the Fitzroy River, resting on the eastern shore of King Sound.