Kimberley wildlife photography cruise

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Kimberley Whale Watching

Kimberley Whale Watching is pleased to announce two exciting opportunities for photographers to photograph wildlife on the Kimberley coast. The two “Whales & Reefs” expedition cruises will follow the migratory path of the Kimberley’s humpback whales, from Broome back to Broome, and visiting Adele Island and the Lacepede Islands, two important bird and turtle nesting sites, Camden Sound (the Kimberley’s first inshore marine park), Augustus Island, one of the largest islands on the Kimberley coast, and explore some of the Kimberley’s diverse and amazing fringing reefs.

James Price Point

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Reflections at James Price Point, north of Broome.

A few new images of James Price Point, or Walmadan, the site of a proposed LNG processing facility which lies approximately 60km to the north of Broome on the Dampier Peninsula.

Stalking crocodiles

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Great billed heron

Another shore excursion…I wasn’t looking for crocodiles and was hoping they weren’t looking for me, but walking around in the mangroves at Augustus Island, one of the larger islands on the Kimberley coast you do feel as though you’re being watched with a view to dinner.

Videos

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Kimberley videos by Kimberley Media, Broome, Western Australia.

Camden Sound whales

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Looking back through a photographer’s archive at whale photos taken on the Kimberley coast.

Whale photography

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Getting up close and personal with Humpback whales, it’s astonishing just how enormous and gentle they are.

Photographing birds – Adele Island

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A masked booby on Adele Island on the Kimberley coast.

  65km off the Kimberley coast lies Adele Island, a low grassy fish-hooked shaped mound ¬†surrounded by extensive sandy reef flats. ¬†Although a tiny speck on the map, Adele is an important breeding ground for Masked and Brown boobies (Sula dactylatra and Sula leucogaster), Lesser Frigage birds (Fregata ariel), terns, pelicans, and various waders. In 2010 and 2011 we visited … Read More