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Cruising the Coast of Western Australia


In Australia's largest state, red rock desert and unspoiled green wilderness meet perfect white beaches and clear blue ocean.

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From the historic port of Fremantle and lively Perth CBD, to the famed wineries of Margaret River and the untouched corals of Ningaloo Reef, WA’s coastline offers amazing cruise experiences.

In Western Australia, ships visit one of the world’s last true wilderness areas - The Kimberley. Covering 424,517 square kilometres of prehistoric savannah, one of the most ancient arid tropical landscapes on earth, there’s nowhere else like it. Here, luxury boutique cruises explore sweeping coastlines and inland waterways. Guests can step from five star suites to swim into freshwater gorges, or snorkel coral reefs. Onboard choppers visit secret Indigenous sites, or go in search of native wildlife.

Ask the Expert - Why Cruise Western Australia?

'A recent Silversea Kimberley cruise from Broome to Darwin exceeded my expectations. The knowledge of the expedition staff made each day so interesting. My favourite excursion was to King George River where I climbed to the top of the cliffs, had a fresh water swim with incredible views, and then finished the day with a zodiac trip under the falls getting drenched from head to toe. The thrill ride through the horizontal falls was another highlight. Everyone wanting a true hands on expedition with breathtaking scenery should put a Kimberley cruise on their bucket list.' Fiona Armaro, Bicton Travel &