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Monday, 18 February 2019

True North Adventure Cruises introduces all-new Kimberley itinerary in 32nd season

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Pioneer adventure cruise operator, True North Adventure Cruises, prepares for its 32nd season in the Kimberley region of Australia's North West

The Kimberley Coast is renowned for its wilderness qualities, stunning scenery, vibrant indigenous culture and some of the best fishing action anywhere.

The company first offered adventure cruises along the Kimberley coast in 1987 and has since won numerous awards and accolades.


The favourites are back – the 10-night Kimberley Waterfalls remains a hit with those who can’t resist nature’s majesty. The 7-night Snapshot is the perfect answer for time-poor adventurers and the 13-night Kimberley Ultimate is secure as the company’s flagship offering. However, this new tantalising mix of the Kimberley Coast and another favoured destination, the Rowley Shoals, has everyone talking.

The 13-night Coast and Coral kicks off on the Kimberley Coast with the lucky passengers on board savouring all the highlights including King George Falls, Mitchell Falls, the Hunter River, the Prince Regent River and the astonishing Montgomery Reef. Then it’s an overnight steam to the remote Rowleys with its pristine lagoon and coral reefs. Both destinations have been longtime favourites with both guests and crew, but this is the first time that True North Adventure Cruises has offered both the Kimberley Coast and the Rowley Shoals in a single itinerary.

True North in the Rowley Shoals (supplied)

“It’s going to be another big year in the Kimberley” reports True North’s popular sales manager, Stacey Newton. “Interest in all our Kimberley products has been pleasing again and the new Coast and Coral itinerary is already shaping up to be one of our most-requested. Although we still have good availability on our more established itineraries, there are only a handful of cabins left on the Coast and Coral.”

Kimberley Waterfalls kicks off from Broome on March 21, while the maiden Coast and Coral departs from the frontier port of Wyndham on August 24.

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FAST FACTS

True North Adventure Cruises has won many awards for excellence including both state and national tourism awards, export awards as well as consumer awards.

Australia’s premier luxury adventure cruise ship, the TRUE NORTH is purpose-built to sail deep into the heart of the wilderness, visiting areas that larger ships cannot access. The resident biologist and team of naturalists, the ship’s helicopter and six dedicated adventure boats ensure guests' off-ship experiences are of the highest quality.

Exceptional food and wine are also at the heart of a TRUE NORTH experience. The ship’s modern Australian cuisine is supplemented with locally sourced ingredients and complemented by an outstanding selection of Western Australian wines. Cabins are spacious and modern and the lower deck dining room has giant picture windows for optimum viewing at mealtimes. There's an alfresco bar, an observation lounge and a dedicated sports deck.

Daily activities include scenic walks, fishing, snorkelling, diving, picnics, cultural events and spectacular flightseeing from the ship’s air-conditioned jet helicopter.

Destinations include:

* The Kimberley – a panorama of rugged mountains, spectacular gorges and majestic waterfalls,
* The still-wild coast of Western Australia featuring the intriguing Abrolhos Islands,
* World famous UNESCO-listed Ningaloo Reef and the fishing paradise of the Montebello Islands
* The pristine Rowley Shoals;
* Indonesia’s stunning volcanic islands including Komodo – home to the largest lizard on the planet;
* The breathtaking islands of the Raja Ampat and the whale sharks of Cenderawasih Bay
* The mysterious Sepik River and the unspoiled islands of Papua New Guinea
* Beautiful Sydney Harbour and the historic Hawkesbury River
* A South Australian seafood safari around the surprising Eyre Peninsula

For more information visit www.truenorth.com.au

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