Baobab on the beach in the Kimberley region, Australia

Australia adventures

Although there are many iconic images of Australia that are very familiar to us - Sydney Harbour Bridge, Uluru towering over the desert, marsupials at play in the Outback - the vastness of this country is such that there are plenty of unexplored corners. The Kimberley region, in Australia’s rugged north west, is just such a place, home to incredible scenery and a fascinating Aboriginal culture.

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Exploring Australia

Beyond the cosmopolitan cities that are on everyone's itinerary, there is an undiscovered Australia just begging to be explored.

Rich in Aboriginal culture and boasting some of the most dramatic scenery on earth, Australia's north west is a beautiful and isolated region, rarely visited on conventional itineraries. The rugged Kimberley coastline boasts inlets, gorges and huge waterfalls, not to mention extreme tides, which make for spectacular horizontal waterfalls, as coral reefs appear to emerge from the sea. This stunning stretch of coastline is best enjoyed from the sea looking in, rather than the other way round.

The Bungle Bungles, which were only discovered in the 1980s, are also accessed from the Kimberley region and are astounding when seen from the air. Aboriginal art is scattered across this region, with rocks and caves acting as galleries for this ancient work.

For obvious reasons the Red Centre is not on Australian cruise itineraries, but a visit to Uluru, Kings Canyon and the Olgas should be a part of any trip, and Mundy Adventures can of course sort this for you. The Whitsundays and Frazer Island on the East Coast also showcase Australia's unique landscapes.

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