Geraldton to Broome
Geraldton to Broome Cruise is your once-a-year chance to explore the little-explored islands and celebrated archipelagos of northern Western Australia on board Starsand.
In previous years we’ve departed from Fremantle for this 18-day odyssey. This year sees us leave from Geraldton, so we’re right into the good stuff – first stop the gorgeous Abrolhos Islands – much sooner, leaving us more time to explore.
We’ll sail to the Abrolhos – one of WA’s hidden jewels for snorkelling, fishing and historical significance – before heading up to Shark Bay, Coral Bay, the spectacular Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth and the Montebello Islands. The trip finishes on a high as we sail through the Dampier Archipelago to the coastal pearl that is Broome.
- Location Geraldton
- Departs Departs Geraldton and concludes in Broome.
- Dates 29 April – 16 May.
- Duration 18 Days
Book the whole yacht from $50,000 for up to 8 guests.
All meals and light refreshments.
What to Bring
All food and sleep accommodation is provided during the Kimberley cruise on board Starsand.
Here’s a list of items you might like to pack.
- Water proof torch
- Broad-brimmed hat with sun visor for all round sun protection
- 30+ sunscreen
- Swimming clothing and a beach towel
- Walking shoes
- Warm jumper
- Personal water bottle
- Personal toiletries
- Personal basic first aid
- Personal medication required
- Reef shoes if you choose to snorkel or explore reefs.
Departures are subject to weather conditions and road closures: usually only a concern for tours in the wet season.
It is important that you appreciate the Midwest, Pilbara & Kimberley is remote, please help keep the area pristine and natural by only taking photos and leaving only footprints.
Are you over 70 years old? Due to the remote location please let us know when booking.
Cruises are subject to change without notices due to weather conditions.
Mobile phone coverage is not always available during this cruise.
Had a great time! Thankyou very much, the trip was a highlight on our travels and if we’re ever back in the North of Western Australia, we will do it all over again in a heartbeat! Thanks everyone!