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The Kimberley

Kimberley Travel and Cruise began operating in 2009, we have booked hundreds of passengers on cruises and land tours, securing dates, price points, itineraries, onboard luxury and offshore extras. We can help you explore further pre- or post cruise and can arrange tour packages, be it to Kununurra, staying at El Questro or other homesteads en route, or exploring Purnululu National Park and the Bungle Bungle Range. How about a luxury seaplane to Talbot Bay on the Buccaneer Archipelago north of Broome, where guests transfer to a fast boat to undertake an exhilarating ride through the Horizontal Falls with an experienced skipper. In the east Kimberley, you can tour or cruise the Ord River and Lake Argyle – a pristine waterway teeming with wildlife and one of the world’s largest man made water bodies – as well as visit historic Durack Homestead, arriving back in Kununurra in time to experience an amazing Kimberley sunset. We offer exclusive value deals, including two nights’ free accommodation in either Broome or Darwin pre- or post cruise.

We want to help you pick the best trip and at the best possible price. Contact Us or Email jenny@flowertravel.com.au

Flower Travel can assist with all types of Kimberley travel:

  • Cruising
  • 4WD touring
  • The Ghan
  • sceinic flights
  • Glamping

Kimberley Highlights:

  • Cable Beach
  • Dampier Peninsula
  • Gibb River Road
  • Mitchell & King George Falls
  • Horizontal Waterfalls
  • Purnululu National Park
  • Mornington Wilderness Camp
  • Aboriginal Art Cooperatives
  • Tunnel Creek

You just did the best of organising our trip, SO GOOD!

Hi Simon and staff,  You just did the best of organising our trip, SO GOOD!! I have never enjoyed a holiday as much, everything was spectacular. The Ghan so incredible with the attention we received was marvellous,and the cruise will remain forever in my heart and soul!! The Kimberley is sooooooo fabulous!! The crew on Continue Reading

Gai McNiven,

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