9 Day Kimberley Discovery: Broome-Mitchell Plateau-Broome
|Main Deck Standard (shared bathroom) twin bed||$6,900 pp||$7,800 pp|
|Main Deck Deluxe (shared bathroom) double/twin bed||$6,900 pp||$8,300 pp|
|Flybridge (ensuite)||$7,200 pp||$8,900 pp|
|Exclusive charter ex Broome||Please enquire|
|Inclusions: Hotel transfers, Meals, Skilled fishing guides, quality tackle and bait; Scenic light aircraft transfer, + Special Offer 1 Night Accommodation pre cruise (4 star).|
|Not Included: Alcohol|
|Cruises confirm when a min. of 6 passengers have booked|
Day One – Depart Broome
Guests are collected at approximately 4.30pm from their accommodation venue. Guests will be greeted with champagne and snacks from the chef. Once on board, you will have the opportunity to meet the other guests and crew, be shown your accommodation and taken through our safety procedures. Whilst the skipper steams out of Broome, relax with a drink and nibbles overlooking a view of the famous cable beach, the gateway to the Kimberley.
Day Two – Horizontal Waterfalls
Wake up to the delights of Yampi Sound. Start your day with breakfast, then depending on tide, board one of our custom built tenders to collect black lip oysters, or fish the headlands or creeks. Back on board, MV Diversity II will then make its way to the well-known swimming hole at Crocodile Creek created by the iron ore workers living on Koolan Island some 40 years ago. Lunch will be served while the MV Diversity II moves through the Koolan channel. We will continue via Dugong Bay into Talbot Bay where you can experience the thrill of the amazing Horizontal Falls. After enjoying a sumptuous evening meal the MV Diversity II will steam to its nights and enjoy a restful night under the Kimberley night sky.
Day Three – Raft Point
Awake to the aroma of fresh coffee and breakfast being prepared. Once you are energized, MV Diversity II’s crew will land you on the beach and escort you to view the gallery of Aboriginal Art that tells a visual story of an ancient race of water people that lived in the area thousands of years ago. On your descent, stop and enjoy the view across the water. Once back on board it’s a short steam into Doubtful Bay where you spend the day pursuing your choice of activities fishing, mud crabbing or exploring the many fresh water swimming holes the Kimberley keeps secret.
Day Four – Red Cone Creek
Depart Red Cone Creek early in the day and enjoy a short steam to nearby Montgomery Reef. MV Diversity we will drop anchor in a channel carved out of the reef by the tidal activity over millions of years. Once anchored watch the wonder of the reef rising out of the ocean and the water cascading into the channel. Guests will then have the choice to fish the run-offs or just take the opportunity to photograph a special part of the Kimberley.
Day Five – Deception Bay
Wake up to Deception bay on the low tide where guests will have the opportunity to fish and gather some Black Tip Kimberley Oysters. Once the tide has risen, the crew will escort guests for a refreshing swim at one of the many fresh water swimming holes. MV Diversity then departs Deception bay steaming north to the mighty Prince Regent River.
Day Six – Spit Fire Creek Fishing
Wake up in the St George Basin and take the tenders up Spit Fire Creek for the opportunity to catch the prized Barramundi. Once the tide has risen we steam up to Kings Cascade where the skipper manoeuvres the boat under the powerful Kings cascade waterfall. Guests will have the opportunity to swim and hike the surrounding areas. MV Diversity steams back to Camp Creek for the night.
Day Seven – Camp Creek
Once guests have enjoyed breakfast, they will have the opportunity to fish the river for Fingermark Broome and Mangrove Jack. Guests can leisurely explore the Aboriginal Art work of the area. On the high tide the crew takes the tenders up to Camp Creek to enjoy a freshwater swim and the waterfall. MV Diversity will catch the outgoing tide and anchor at Careening Bay.
Day Eight – Mermaid Tree
Guests will go ashore to view the Mermaid Tree and learn about the rich history of the area. MV Diversity will then steam to the Hunter River to Porosis Creek, where guests have the option to fish or explore the surrounding areas. Guests celebrate their final night with a beach bomb fire on Naturaliste Island before enjoying dinner back on board.
Day Nine – Scenic Flight
After breakfast guests depart via helicopter through the Mitchell Falls to the Mitchell Plateau. Guests will then enjoy a scenic flight back to Broome.
Every Diversity adventure is unique. Your experienced Skipper and Crew will plan each day’s activities to suit the prevailing tides, weather and guests desires. Therefore, this itinerary is to be used as an example only and may be subject to change.