Cruising and touring the Kimberley in comfort
In 2014 it was estimated that around 40,000 people lived in the Kimberley, about half of the population Aboriginal people, with more than 30 Indigenous language groups spread across the landscape. The Kimberley is a heartland of Aboriginal culture, with Indigenous business ventures represented in the Arts and Eco-Tourism industries of the region.
Not that long ago, the Kimberley was inaccessible to all but a few seasoned explorers and locals with knowledge of the area, particularly the waterways. The area’s wilderness and wildlife has been preserved with spectacular results and eco tourism is one of the Kimberley’s biggest attractions.
Today you can cruise the Kimberley’s waterways, experience the grandeur of its gorges and waterfalls, lunch on the banks of the Ord and drift past fresh water crocs on your way to the spectacle of an immense dam wall.
Put Kimberley Cruises with Triple J Tours at the top of your list of things to see and do in the Kimberley and you’ll not only venture along Australia’s longest daily river cruise – you’ll also experience the iconic outback Western Australian town centre of Kununurra.
Tourist Information for the East Kimberley
For more information about accommodation and activities in the Kimberley Region.
Kununurra Visitor Centre
Australia’s North West Tourism
General information about the Kimberley Region
Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley
Kimberley Development Commission