A love for country

It’s hard to remember what you were doing 15 years ago. You may have been travelling the world, starting on a new career path, or perhaps planning for retirement. What we do know, however, is that 15 years ago, the team at Kimberley Quest were achieving certification Read More

Wonders of the ancient Kimberley region

From Rocky Cove on the shores of Vansittart Bay, where our boat lies at anchor after an overnight battering by storms, it's a steep climb into the red hills above. Narrow rock crevices must be negotiated, spinifex-spiked slopes traversed and temperatures nudging into the sweaty thirties endured Read More

Two performances a day of the magical disappearing act

Sea creatures cascade off Montgomery Reef as though Noah's Ark were emptying out its tanks. Fish, turtles and black-tipped reef sharks thrash and tumble down its flanks, to be swept away in the roaring mid-ocean channels that drain this emerging coral platform. Read More

A cruise ship is the perfect way to see the Kimberley

WE ROUND the bend and the river is once again straight, with two spectacular walls of water up ahead. The King George Falls – twin 80m plunges over ochre-coloured rock cliffs – are Western Australia's tallest. Read More

An inexhaustible land of dreams

It's a world of red rocks and big crocs, of pearls and ancient art - and catching a few barra before breakfast. "I thought I'd better see this place before I ran out of time," quips Colin, a 70-ish Queenslander, as our vessel, Kimberley Quest II, pulls out of Wyndham Read More