Monday, March 8, 2010
After The Wet, the Kimberley Waterfalls and Mighty Rivers Flow
The famed Kimberley Waterfall Season is just around the corner – and the luxury adventure cruise ship, True North, is giving guests the opportunity to experience the Kimberley at its very best!
The True North kicks off the 2010 Kimberley Wilderness Season next month.
North Star Cruises' General Manager Peter Trembath said the period immediately following the monsoons presented as the best opportunity to see iconic waterfalls such as Mitchell Falls and King George Falls at their thundering best.
"In fact, there's no better time to see the Kimberley," said Mr Trembath.
"The whole region is transformed by rivers in flood, towering waterfalls and an abundance of wildlife," he said.
"Billabongs are swollen, massive wetlands are alive with birdlife, and let's not forget the barramundi will be biting!"
"True North's guests enjoy unique experiences you just can't find anywhere else, including helicopter flights to secluded locations every day of the cruise."
"This is always one of the most popular times of the year and the remaining cabins won't last long."
As an added bonus, this year's Kimberley Wilderness season will feature a range of special guests including:
Guitarist Phil Ceberano provides classic accompaniment on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruises 2A Wyndham to Hunter River (27 March – 3 April) and 2B Hunter River to Broome (3 April – 9 April)
Kimberley Artists Mark Norval & Donny Woolagoodja introduce the oldest paintings known to man on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruises 4A Wyndham to Hunter River (24 April – 1 May) and 4B Hunter River to Broome (1 May – 7 May)
Renowned artist Douglas Kirsop unlocks the secrets of landscape painting on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruise 5 Broome to Wyndman (8 – 21 May)
New talent Andrew Tischler will astound with his life-like paintings on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruise 6 Wyndham to Broome (22 May – 4 June)
Geologist Phil Playford presents his theories on global warming and more on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruise 7 Broome to Wyndham (5-18 June)
Celebrity Chef Ryan Carey cooks up a storm on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruise 8 Wyndham to Broome (19 June – 2 July)
Other highlights of a Kimberley Wilderness Cruise include:
- Ancient rock art
- A panorama of rugged mountains
- Spectacular gorges
- Barramundi fishing
- Mud crabbing
- Champagne heli-flights at dawn
- Helicopter picnics to remote locations
North Star's two week Kimberley Wilderness Cruise operates between Broome and Wyndham. Guests can stay onboard for the entire cruise or, they can opt for a one week itinerary either disembarking or embarking in the Hunter River.
Helicopter and light aircraft transfers (via Broome) are included in the one week itinerary.
The first cruise of the season departs on March 13.
Kimberley Wilderness Cruise prices start from $10,495.
For full itineraries, departure dates and prices visit www.northstarcruises.com.au
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