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Greatly reduced post-Kimberley cruise accommodation

Greatly reduced post-Kimberley cruise accommodation
Australia’s Aurora Expeditions has a special accommodation deal in Broome for passengers booking a deluxe or upper deck stateroom cabin in an 11-day 2017 Kimberley Coast cruise by January 31.

It is offering four nights at the multi-award winning Ramada Eco Beach Resort on the waterfront of the Indian Ocean, 130km south of Broome, for A$200 per person twin-share.

Designed to give passengers an opportunity to enjoy more of the Kimberley region, this post-cruise offer includes daily breakfasts and transfers.

Aurora, founded in 1991 and named after Sir Douglas Mawson’s ship, has again chartered Coral Expeditions’ 35mtr catamaran Coral Expeditions 1 for its 11-day 2017 cruises between Broome and Darwin.The remote Kimberley coastline in Australia’s north west is one of the ‘hot’ destinations for 2017, where highlights include saltwater crocodiles and ancient original rock paintings and the powerful Horizontal Waterfalls in Talbot Bay in the Buccaneer Archipelago.

They are created when the tide builds up faster than it can go through a narrow gap between two ridges.The waterfall phenomena has been described by David Attenborough as ‘one of the greatest natural wonders of the world.’Aurora’s first 2017 Kimberley Coast cruise departs Darwin for Broome on June 2.