Collier Bay
06/04/2020 12:00 AM
06/04/2020 12:00 AM
Collier Bay is located on the rocky and deserted coast of one of the most remote region of the Kimberley that visitors can only approach by ship. The tidal movements, amongst the largest range of anywhere on the planet, create amazing phenomena as seawater comes in or out: the "Horizontal Waterfalls", a waterfall up to 4 metres high between the narrow passages of the vertiginous cliffs in Talbot Bay, or Montgomery Reef, a spectacular example of the impact of these tides cascading in mini-waterfalls as the entire reef appears to rise from the turquoise-blue waters of the bay. Containing large areas of shallow lagoon, seagrass beds, and corals, Montgomery Reef is Australia's largest inshore reef. In this majestic landscape, you enter an aboriginal area. Some outstanding open-air painted caves galleries alluding to their myths of creation can be observed after a hike on the hills. As we are at the mercy of weather and tide conditions in this region, the activities mentioned below are only possible experiences and can't be guaranteed.,