Transfer in Broome from port to airport
Join Sarina Bratton AM, Asia Pacific Chairman, for an extraordinary adventure along the west coast of Australia. This brand-new 10-night expedition cruise will sail along Western Australia’s coastline, from Fremantle to Broome aboard Le Bellot, showcasing pristine beaches, turquoise waters and world heritage scenery the region is renowned for, including remarkable encounters with marine life, unrivalled anywhere in the world.
Your first port of call will be Jurien Bay Marine Park which is the only major breeding area for Australian sea lions along the western coast of Australia.
In Monkey Mia Reserve you may get the chance to enjoy one of Australia’s best-known wildlife experiences by getting up close to wild bottlenose dolphins.
The Ningaloo Coast will no doubt be the highlight of your cruise as it is here, and only one of a few places on earth, where you can see the biggest fish in the ocean – the whale shark! Being peak viewing season at the time of your visit, your opportunities to encounter these giants of the sea are maximised.
In the Murujuga National Park, part of the Burrup Peninsula, you will have the opportunity to marvel at 40,000 year old petroglyphs (rock engravings), depicting everything from human figures and birds, to marine life and extinct creatures, providing an insight into the ancient world of the Aboriginal people of the Pilbara and beyond.
Then before disembarking in Broome, you will visit the Rowley Shoals Marine Park regarded as one of the world’s most spectacular snorkelling locations, due to its crystal-clear waters allowing you the chance to explore its underwater world of diverse corals and abundant marine life.