The rugged and wild outback beauty of the Kimberley is the perfect basis for a secluded yet inspiring escape. The Kimberley, characterised by its red coastline and sprawling wilderness, is a unique location where superyachts can be immersed in breath-taking surroundings filled with abundant wildlife
Resting in the north-western corner of Australia, the Kimberley is a completely different way to experience ‘Down-Under’. Exploring this thrilling region, you will sail through dramatic canyons and reach enticing freshwater swimming holes. Covering an area three times larger than England, but with a population of less than 400,000, The Kimberley offers an authentic secluded superyacht escape, where you can focus on the outstanding natural beauty surrounding you and indulge in the luxury of your yacht.
Superyachts sailing along the King George River between towering ancient sandstone cliffs has become an iconic sight which typifies the rugged beauty of the Kimberley. During a Kimberley superyacht charter, you will be captivated by the exceptional wildlife that you will come across. In the waters you will spot saltwater crocodiles, whales and dolphins, though you must also keep an eager eye out for smaller wild animals and majestic birds flying overhead. Taking a scenic helicopter tour is a popular activity for superyacht charters, giving guests an awe-inspiring perspective of this all from the sky.
In the heart of the Kimberley, the El Questro Wilderness Park is the centre of on land adventure and exhilarating activities. Whether guided or self-guiding, you can tour this mesmerising area of natural wilderness. Along the way, there will be waterfalls, ancient gorges, sensational lookouts and a unique wildlife and flora. This is also home to El Questro resort, one of Australia’s esteemed Luxury Lodges, ensuring that no matter where you venture, there will be an opulent base for you to come back to.
The Kimberley is certainly not short of underwater thrills. Montgomery Reef is the world’s largest inshore Reef, spanning for around 300 square metres and filled with diverse marine life. Delving into the waters of the marine park your will look out for six species of threatened marine turtles, humpback dolphins, dugongs and sawfish among many other species.
In the charming town of Broome, guests will unwind on white beaches and soak up a tropical climate. Broome is home to a 22 kilometre stretch of glorious white sands known as Cable Beach. Here, you can indulge in luxury resorts and take camel rides along the beach against magenta sunsets, feeling completely disconnected from the stresses of the outside world.
Superyacht charters in the Kimberley are enrichen by amazing Aboriginal experiences which can be incorporated into your itinerary. Helped by Aboriginal guides, you learn about a way of life which has survived for thousands of years, embracing traditions and stopping to sample bush foods.