The King George River plunges over an ancient sandstone cliff into tidal waters, creating the truly astounding spectacle of King George Falls – Western Australia’s highest twin waterfalls.
The river is of high cultural significance to the Balanggarra people, for whom the falls are the male and female Wunkurr (Rainbow Serpents).
Get your dress-circle seats aboard a luxury Kimberley cruise and gaze in wonder at an ancient wilderness coast, experienced only by a privileged few. A scenic flight over this stunning waterfall will be etched in your memory for years to come.
Explore soaring red gorges, ancient sandstone cliffs, plunging waterfalls and the paradise of hundreds of tiny islands and secluded beaches known as the Buccaneer Archipelago.
How to get there
The King George Falls is located in the North Kimberley Marine Park. Inaccessible by vehicle due to its remote location by the King George River, the best way to see the King George Falls is by a cruise or scenic flight.
Cruise: Cruise from Broome or Wyndham. The King George Falls is on a number of cruise itineraries where you can get up close to this amazing natural attraction. You can also access this waterfall by boat from Faraway Bay. It is possible to climb to the top of the cliffs for a view from above.
Fly: Seeing the vast beauty of the Kimberley by air is an incredible experience. An aerial view of King George Falls will showcase all angles of this remarkable wonder of nature.