Early Bird Discount - Kimberley Coast 2012

Aurora Expeditions launches Kimberley Coast 2012 Brochure with Early Bird Offer.

KimberleyThe Kimberley Coast has appeared on a number of lists from one of Australia's 10 most iconic landscapes and top 10 places to see the outback in style. To ensure you explore this wild and rugged coastline with the expedition cruising experts, Aurora Expeditions have released a special 10% discount for the first 20 passengers to book on any of their three Kimberley 2012 voyages.*

A true Australian pilgrimage to the Kimberley can be experienced with a romantic rail journey on The Ghan or The Indian Pacific, en route to or from a Kimberley voyage because of Aurora Expeditions’ new partnership with Great Southern Rail.

Aurora Expeditions offer three 11-day voyages to the Kimberley Coast, famous for its thundering cascades, abundant bird and marine life, boab trees, turquoise waters, burnished rock and Aboriginal art.

The first two voyages, Broome to Broome takes you into the deep heart of the Kimberley coast, exploring exquisite bays and offshore islands including Lacepede Islands, Horizontal Falls, Montgomery Reef, Raft Point and Bigge Island. The third voyage, Broome to Darwin, offers the many highlights of the first two voyages as well as the King George River and Joseph Bonaparte Gulf.

Passengers will travel onboard Coral Princess, a 35-metre luxury catamaran for just 44 guests. Aurora Expeditions’ most experienced expedition staff and crew will include expedition leader; Mike Cusack, Dr. Garry Darby; art historian, lecturer and author of aboriginal art as well as naturalist Chris Done, who lectures on the regions’ plants, animals, geology and aboriginal culture.

Aurora Expeditions is renowned for travelling to wild and remote areas of the world, with the aim of creating life long ambassadors to the environment. They attract small groups of like-minded, enthusiastic people, passionate about the Kimberley’s plants, wildlife and history.

Prices start from A$6,990 per person twin share. Find out more information on the voyages here