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Twenty-five $1000 heli-packages to celebrate 25 years!

Twenty five years ago to this very day the original TRUE NORTH sailed into Broome for the very first time.
Much has changed since then but one thing remains the same – an adventure on the TRUE NORTH is still one of the world’s most unique holidays.

And to celebrate this very auspicious occasion, North Star Cruises is giving away 25 heli-packages valued at $1000 to the next 25 people who book either one of our remaining 2012 Kimberley Ultimate cruises or, any 2012 PNG departure! Plus, we’ll make sure there is a bottle of champers waiting for you on-board!

Feb. 26, 2020 TN Website Kimberley 0961

Inspiring the master chef

True North Adventure Cruises is excited to announce that Rhys Badcock has been appointed as the TRUE NORTH’s new head-chef.

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Aug. 27, 2021 TrueNorth Kimberley Cruise

The Silver Lining

If there’s a silver lining to rolling border restrictions – perhaps it’s rare opportunity to make same year and even last minute arrangements to embark on a small ship cruise aboard the TRUE NORTH.

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Feb. 01, 2009 Kimberley Photographic Workshop Christian Fletcher

Inaugural Kimberly photographic workshop

North Star Cruises Australia has launched the Kimberley Photographic Workshop with renowned photographer Christian Fletcher on board a True North cruise next year. North Star has confirmed that Fletcher will...

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Life changing experiences

The Sepik River is one of the most intriguing adventure destinations on Earth. It is part of the largest uncontaminated freshwater system in the Asia-Pacific region and a time capsule that is thousands of years...

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Monsters of the deep

It’s 30 metres long and as tall as a 15-storey building. It displaces more than 30 tonnes − and it’s one of the fastest wind-powered machines on the planet.

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