A courtesy vehicle will pick you up from your Kununurra accommodation around 7:30am and transfer you to the airport for your flight to Mitchell Plateau airstrip where your journey begins.
Visit WWII history with the crash site of a DC3 aircraft, located on the eastern side of Vansittart Bay. We also explore the incredible rock art known as Gwion Gwion, dated some 20,000 years old, which is unique to the Kimberley.
Early morning, we cruise up the Berkeley River, one of the most beautiful rivers in the Kimberley. Take a tender excursion up the river and fish off the flat rocks for barramundi or walk to a fresh water pool. This is your last evening under the Kimberley skies as we cruise down Cambridge Gulf, towards Wyndham.
Enjoy an early morning fish or a leisurely breakfast before taking a scenic tender excursion up Hunter River and into Porosus Creek.
Opportunity to fish for some pelagic species of fish as well as the mangrove varieties. A beautiful river system to explore in our tender vessels with waterfalls and Indigenous art to be discovered.
We arrive into Wyndham Port early in the morning. After a final breakfast served on board, a coach transfer will take you to Kununurra arriving approx. 10am.
For the enthusiasts fishing and mud crabbing is on offer at low tide and then after lunch we’ll indulge in a freshwater swim in Surveyors Pool. We’ll depart at sunset for Vansittart Bay.
At high tide we cross the sandbars of the King George River, one of the great Kimberley icons with a dual waterfall that has a vertical drop of over 80m, making it one the tallest waterfalls in Western Australia.