Tours & Charters

cornertrader Darngku tours run daily from April to Mid Dec (depending on weather and river conditions).

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Tours

Early/Late Season Reef Cruise – 1 hour Adults $35

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Larawan Cruise – 2 hour Adults $70

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Reef Cruise – 3hr View and Cruise Adults $90

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Half Day Cruise (5.5 hours) Adults $175

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Fishing Charter

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Indigenous Heritage

The Kimberley region has an Indigenous history dating back between 40,000 and 60,000 years, the oldest established culture on earth. In the Darngku region the indigenous people are known as ‘Bunuba’.

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