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Australia's Kimberley


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May 3 to 17, 2019

Located in the far northwest of Australia, the Kimberley is one of the most remote and captivating regions on earth.

Discover the Kimberley, universally acknowledged as one of the last remote regions on earth—a captivating land of towering cliffs and plunging waterfalls tucked away in the northwestern corner of Australia. Our comfortable ship, the 65-passenger Coral Discoverer, allows us to access pristine, inaccessible-by-road regions by sea. Explore these remote areas by helicopter, on foot and by Zodiac during our shore excursions. Seek out turtles, whales, dolphins, saltwater crocodiles and more than 100 species of bird. Be astonished by the well-preserved aboriginal paintings at Raft Point and on Bigge Island.


COST:

from $14,580


FACULTY LEADER

Elizabeth Hadly
Environmental Biology

Elizabeth Hadly is the Faculty Director of Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, and a professor of biology and of geological and environmental sciences at Stanford University.


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(650) 725-1093
travelstudy@alumni.stanford.edu

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