Australian Vacation Packages
Discover Kimberley's secluded backwaters on an Australian cruise
Experience hidden oases, rich rainforests, and awesome waterfalls on an eight-day Australian cruise aboard the luxurious True North on an Australian cruise through the waterways of Kimberley.
- Enjoy an incredible helicopter trip and thrilling tender (small motor boat) ride through the Horizontal Falls, a natural phenomenon where tidal pools move quickly through two narrow, close-set gorges giving the appearance of a horizontal waterfall
- Take a refreshing dip in a secluded billabong
- Marvel at some of the oldest art in the world, "The Bradshaws," a group of traditional cave paintings with mysterious origins
- Try your hand at mud crabbing in the stunning Hunter River
- Hike (or helicopter) to the top of King George Falls and reward yourself with stunning vistas
- Sip on a fantastic glass of Australian wine as you watch the sunset from one of the ship's observation lounges
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Nights 1 to 6: The True North
Sail into the wilderness of Kimberley in what feels like one of the world's most exclusive hotels. With just 36 guests on board, the 164-foot True North is built to visit areas that larger ships can't handle. The ship's amenities include a sundeck, a forward observation lounge, a ship's lounge, an alfresco bar, an internet cafe and a sports bar. All cabins feature en suite-facilities, in-cabin entertainment and satellite phones. The ship also has an on-board helicopter.
A few more reasons why you've gotta go...
1. For all of our star gazing travelers, in ideal conditions in remote parts Australia, the naked eye can see about 5,780 stars at night.
2. Why do we travel by ship on this trip? Australia has 6,000 species of flies, 4,000 species of ants, and 350 species of termites. Watch out!
3. Who doesn't love a little extra breathing room? Population density in Australia is calculated in square kilometers per person and not people per square kilometers.