Buccaneer Archipelago

The Buccaneer Archipelago is wild and pristine, rugged and beautiful and REMOTE. Not so many years ago the only way to see this amazingly spectacular country was by boat. Now many tourist operations are open to give tourists access whilst still enjoying life’s luxuries.
You can now fly over the Buccaneer Archipelago and be back in Broome to sip cocktails and watch the sun go down over Cable Beach but if you truly want to experience all this area has to offer, a trip on one of the luxurious yachts operating out of Broome will have you experiencing some of the best fishing in the world, visiting ancient Aboriginal Rock Art and if you time your visit for the end of the wet season, some truly spectacular waterfalls. Some tourist operators like the luxurious Karma IV yacht drive up under the falls, a once in a lifetime experience.

For me, the photography was all I had hoped for. Enjoy!

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Berkeley RiverBradshaw PaintingsA bulls skull at the Drysdale River MouthDrysdale River rock poolsDriftwood - Drysdale River mouthThe Drysdale RiverThe top of King George Falls looking back up the riverThe Drysdale RiverThe Drysdale RiverKimberley RiversKingGeorge-Falls.jpgDrysdale River Rock CliffsKimberley GorgesOne of the twin waterfalls at King George FallsKing George SoundThere is a rope to climb this waterfallSteep river rock facesWandjina Rock ArtWaterfall