Journey aboard The Ghan in unparalleled comfort and hospitality.
Discover the highlights of Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory.
Cruise aboard Silversea’s opulent 'Silver Cloud' ship.
Witness incredible landscapes in Cape Peron, Shark Bay.
Savour local wines with a free day in Adelaide, South Australia.
Travel from Adelaide to Perth on the ‘Indian Pacific’ rail.
Traverse vast landscapes on an awe-inspiring journey aboard the ‘Indian Pacific’ rail.
Experience the endless horizons of the Nullarbor Plain.
Stroll along pristine beaches in Perth, Western Australia.
Sink into a bubbly whirlpool aboard the Silversea ship.
Dine on authentic Italian recipes at La Terrazza aboard the Silversea ship.
Enjoy complimentary drinks at Dolce Vita aboard the Silversea ship.
Hike along red dunes for breathtaking coastal landscapes in Cape Peron, Shark Bay.
Marvel at the five-metre tidal range of the Dampier Archipelago, Western Australia.
Indulge in bespoke menus at La Dame aboard the Silversea ship.
Catch a presentation or lecture at the Explorer Lounge aboard the Silversea ship.
Soft ocean breezes beckon at The Grill aboard the Silversea ship.
Keep an eye out for small fairy tern birds on the Lacepede Islands near Kimberly, Western Australia.
See the natural phenomenon of rushing Horizontal Falls, Talbot Bay.
See the amazing semi-submerged world of Montgomery Reef, Western Australia.
Marvel at turtles and playful dolphins in their natural habitat in Ashmore Reef Marine Park.
Admire Gwion Gwion Aboriginal rock art in Vansittart Bay in Kimberly.
Discover the cultural and historical significance of Vansittart Bay in Kimberly, Western Australia.
Immerse yourself in fascinating works at one of the art galleries in Darwin, Australia.
Take a rail journey from Darwin to Adelaide aboard ‘The Ghan’ train.
Enjoy world-class food and wine as well as attentive service aboard ‘The Ghan’.
Access parts of Australia no other holiday can come close to on ‘The Ghan’.
See the Thorny Devil at the Desert Park in Alice Springs (optional off-train experience).
Take a walk of Simpsons Gap near Alice Springs, Northern Territory (optional off-train experience).
Discover the opal mining township of Coober Pedy, South Australia.
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Luxury Australia Rail & Sail

Operated by TripADeal
Cruise aboard Silversea’s 'Silver Cloud' ship
Set sail on an ultra-luxury all-inclusive West Coast & Kimberley cruise
Ride the Indian Pacific in Gold Service & The Ghan in Platinum Service
Date: 12 Aug 2025
Earn & Use Qantas Points
17-night Silversea Kimberley West Coast Perth to Darwin expedition cruise
2-night Indian Pacific Gold Service & 3-night The Ghan Platinum Service rail journey
10 nights of 4 & 5-star hotel accommodation
71 meals including all on the rail & while cruising
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Overview

Experience the best of Australia’s coastlines and deserts by land and sea on an unforgettable 33-day journey. This is the perfect balance of luxury and adventure as you indulge in the romance of a rail expedition through the outback and take part in a spectacular Kimberly coastline cruise.

Make your own way to Adelaide for time at leisure before boarding the ‘Indian Pacific’ and feel right at home in a Gold Service cabin with a private ensuite. Indulge in Australian-inspired cuisine and included beverages, stretch your legs with new-found friends in the included off-train experiences and enjoy a spectacular dinner under the stars. Discover the highlights of Perth with time at leisure before boarding the ultra-luxurious ‘Silver Cloud’ ship to cruise along the Kimberley coastline. Onboard you can unwind in an elegant stateroom with personalised butler service, dine on bespoke menus at the four restaurants, sink into a bubbly whirlpool on the pool deck and more.

Learn about the infamous Batavia shipwreck from Abrolhos Islands, photograph the rust-red desert sand and azure waters of Cape Peron, and search for sea eagles over the Dampier Archipelago. Look out for nesting birds and breeding turtles on the Lacepede Islands, marvel at the unique Horizontal Falls near Talbot Bay, watch the mammoth 11-metre tides at Montgomery Reef and more. Admire remarkable Gwion Gwion Aboriginal rock art in Swift Bay, see the well-preserved wreckage of a 1942 US Airforce C-53 Skytrooper aircraft in Vansittart Bay and spot freshwater crocodiles along the King George River in Koolama Bay. Disembark the ship in laid-back Darwin and enjoy free time before boarding ‘The Ghan’ train. Onboard you’ll find world-class food and wine, elegant private cabins, the camaraderie of fellow travellers and more. When the train stops, the adventure begins as you can choose from a range of immersive off-train experiences like meeting wildlife at Desert Park and dining underground in Coober Pedy.

This incredible Australian adventure includes a 17-night cruise, 2 nights in a Gold Service Cabin aboard ‘Indian Pacific’, 3 nights in a Platinum Service Cabin aboard ‘The Ghan’, 10 nights of hotel accommodation, 71 meals and more.

Tour Inclusions

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Experience diverse cultures, savour local wines and unwind on beautiful beaches in Adelaide
  • Traverse vast landscapes from Adelaide to Perth on an awe-inspiring journey aboard the ‘Indian Pacific’ rail
  • Experience the endless horizons and raw beauty of Australia's arid heartland along the Nullarbor Plain
  • Stroll along pristine beaches, savour diverse cuisine and explore Kings Park in Perth
  • Explore stunning caves, indulge in exquisite wines and dine on gourmet delights in Margaret River
  • Take a luxurious voyage aboard Silversea's 'Silver Cloud' ship with butler service, 24-hour room service, gourmet dining and beverages while onboard
  • Engage in the gripping history of Houtman Abrolhos to learn about shipwrecks, survival, betrayal and resilience
  • Hike along red dunes, encounter marine wonders and revel in breathtaking coastal landscapes in Cape Peron, Shark Bay
  • Encounter marine wonders from rays to whale sharks at the premier snorkelling and scuba destination of North Muiron Island
  • Marvel at the Dampier Archipelago's vibrant landscapes and explore ancient Murujuga, teeming with biodiversity and Aboriginal history
  • Explore one of the greatest natural wonders of the world, Talbot Bay's unique Horizontal Falls
  • Observe diverse marine life and pristine coral reefs on Adele Island, an enchanting oasis emerging from the Indian Ocean
  • Explore the Indian Ocean from Ashmore Reef Marine Park, an Australian treasure boasting vibrant marine life and bird sanctuaries
  • Marvel at the dramatic gorges and pristine wilderness beauty of the Hunter River region
  • Encounter authentic Aboriginal depictions on an exploration of Kimberley's ancient rock art at Swift Bay. 
  • Take a Kakadu adventure from Darwin to discover ancient rock art, diverse wildlife and stunning landscapes
  • Journey aboard ‘The Ghan’ from Darwin to Adelaide in unparalleled comfort and hospitality
  • Explore opal mines, dine underground and enjoy unique off-train experiences at Coober Pedy
CRUISE
  • 17-night Kimberley expedition cruise from Broome to Darwin aboard Silversea's 'Silver Cloud' ship
  • Wide choice of world-class restaurants with beverages including champagne, selected wines and premium spirits
  • 24-hour room service and round-the-clock butler service for all suites
  • Expedition activities including all shore excursions (except Mitchell Falls by helicopter on Day 22)
  • Unlimited complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Onboard gratuities included
RAIL
  • 2-night Gold Service ‘Indian Pacific’ rail journey from Adelaide to Perth
  • Includes a comfortable sleeper cabin with private en-suite
  • All-inclusive dining
  • All-inclusive Australian wines, beers, base spirits and non-alcoholic beverages


  • 3-night Platinum Service ‘The Ghan’ rail journey, from Darwin to Adelaide
  • Additional benefits of access to the exclusive Platinum Club for dining and socialising
  • Freshly prepared continental breakfasts served upon request in-cabin
  • Refreshments served in-cabin
ACCOMMODATION
  • 2 nights of 5-star hotel accommodation in Adelaide
  • 4 nights of 5-star hotel accommodation in Perth
  • 4 nights of 4-star hotel accommodation in Darwin
DINING
  • 71 meals including all meals on the rail and while cruising
  • All-inclusive dining as well as Australian wines, beers, base spirits and non-alcoholic beverages on the rail
  • Enjoy a wide choice of world-class restaurants and 24-hour room service while cruising
  • Beverages in-suite and throughout the ship including champagne, selected wines and premium spirits while cruising
ESSENTIALS
  • Cruise gratuities included
TRANSFERS
  • Day 9: Hotel to pier
  • Day 26: Pier to hotel
UPGRADES AVAILABLE
  • Cabin Upgrades: Cruise cabin upgrades are available (see checkout for details)

Please note: Extra charges may apply, see the Important Info section and checkout cart for fees and details

Day 1 Adelaide, South Australia

Today kicks off your Australian adventure! Once you have made your own way to Adelaide, head straight to your hotel for check-in then the city is yours to explore and savour for the rest of the day.

Overnight: Stamford Plaza Adelaide or similar, Adelaide

Meals included: None

Day 2 Adelaide Free Day

Make the most of this stunning city by exploring the Adelaide Botanic Gardens or wandering through the Adelaide Central Markets. Alternatively, you might want to visit the National Wine Centre of Australia or even the Adelaide Zoo. With a free day ahead, the options are yours to choose from.

Overnight: Stamford Plaza Adelaide or similar, Adelaide

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 3 Embark Indian Pacific Train

Departs: 21:00

Wake up and get ready for the start of your exciting adventure! Following a delightful breakfast, check out and head to the train station to hop on the iconic 'Indian Pacific' train. Celebrate the start of your journey with the ‘Flavours of South Australia's Welcome Dinner’, held at the Adelaide Parklands terminal. This complimentary pre-boarding event delivers the best bottles from around South Australia and sublime regional offerings from both land and sea.

Overnight: Journey Beyond Rail ‘Indian Pacific’ Gold Service

Meals included: Breakfast; Dinner

Day 4 Indian Pacific Train Nullarbor Plain

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast with expansive desert views, followed by a stop at the outback ghost town of Cook. A spectacular dinner under the stars then awaits at Rawlinna (seasonal), the Nullarbor outpost that borders a ‘little’ sheep station of a mere 8,000 square kilometres. 

Overnight: Journey Beyond Rail ‘Indian Pacific’ Gold Service

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 5 Disembark Indian Pacific - Perth, Western Australia

After a restful sleep, sit down for breakfast as the picturesque rolling hills of the Avon Valley pass you by. Perth is your final destination, arriving mid-afternoon. Here you can then make your own way to your hotel, settle in and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.

Overnight: Pan Pacific Perth or similar, Perth

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch

Day 6 Free Day Perth

Today is at your leisure to perhaps savour a lush urban escape in the magnificent Kings Park and Botanic Garden. This sprawling, city-centre haven is nothing short of a dazzling treasure trove, treating you to sweeping panoramas of the city's skyline, the serene Swan River and the grandeur of the Darling Ranges. Discover meticulously curated botanic gardens and be prepared to be left breathless as you walk among the treetops along the exhilarating Lotterywest Federation Walkway.

Overnight: Pan Pacific Perth or similar, Perth

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 7 Perth, Western Australia

Included Activity: Margaret River, Caves, Wine & Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Tour
Explore southwestern highlights on this diverse full-day tour to the stunning Margaret River winemaking region from Perth. Along the way, visit the record-setting Busselton Jetty and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet. Enjoy a brewery-style lunch and taste samples of beer and cider at a boutique brewery before stopping at a local winery to enjoy a selection of fine wines. You'll also learn about the area’s ancient geologic history as you wander through the magnificent formations of Mammoth Cave.

Overnight: Pan Pacific Perth or similar, Perth

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 8 Free Day Perth

Enjoy a free day at leisure to perhaps take a leisurely stroll to Elizabeth Quay in the heart of Perth, a waterfront precinct on the banks of the Swan River. This is a historic port area filled with unique sculptures and art installations, pretty promenades and open spaces with a range of bars and restaurants.

Overnight: Pan Pacific Perth or similar, Perth

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 9 Embark Silversea Expedition Cruise

Departure: 18:00

Enjoy your last day in Perth before being picked up from your hotel and taken to the cruise port ready to check in for your Kimberley adventure. Once checked in, the ship is yours to discover and enjoy.

Overnight: Silversea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Dinner

Day 10 Albrolhos Islands, Indian Ocean

Arrives: 13:30

In 1629, the Dutch ship 'Batavia' was wrecked on Albrolhos Islands however most crew and passengers reached dry inhospitable Beacon Island. On a nearby island, soldiers built a stone stockade, the first European structure in Australia, before eventually being rescued. A century later, desperate survivors of another wrecked Dutch ship, the 'Zeewijk', lived on these same islands for ten months.

Included Activity: Expedition Activities With Silversea Expedition team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team onboard.

Overnight: Silversea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 11 Albrolhos Islands, Indian Ocean

Departs: 13:00

Here, the warm southward-flowing Leeuwin Current meets cool southern waters at Abrolhos creating homes for both tropical and temperate marine life. Two-thirds of the 400 fish species are tropical while cool water-favouring Australian Sea-lions and Western Rock Lobsters (Australia’s most valuable fishery) are close to their northern limit. You'll also find that seabirds, like the cooler climate Pacific Gulls, mix with tropical species such as Bridled and Roseate Terns. On land, amongst the Nitre shrubs and Saltbushes, are Abrolhos Painted Quails, Dwarf Bearded Dragons and shy Tammar Wallabies.

Overnight: Silversea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 12 Cape Peron, Shark Bay

Arrives: 07:00 - Docks: 13:00

Shark Bay is Australia’s largest bay with a beach stretching over 1,000 kilometres. François Peron National Park lies within the Shark Bay World Heritage area and adjacent to Shark Bay Marine Park where the rust-red desert sand meets dazzling white-sand beaches and azure waters. At the northern tip of the national park is Cape Peron, sitting at the confluence of two major currents which attracts an impressive array of marine life.

Take a hike with the expedition team from Cape Peron to the Skipjack Point viewing platforms, perched on the cliff edge with views across the marine park. Alternatively, join the expedition team for an interpretive nature walk through the impressive landscape of acacia-cloaked red dunes and arid shrublands surrounded by turquoise water with views over the coastline.

Included Activity: Expedition Activities With Silversea Expedition team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.

Overnight: Silversea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 13 North Muiron Island, Western Australia

Arrives: 13:00 - Departs: 18:30

A spectacular collision of colour spills across the seabed around North Muiron Island which has to be one of the best spots in the world for snorkelling and scuba diving. Immerse yourself in this underwater universe as tiny fish flit between the corals and elegant rays sweep gracefully past. Sitting off the North West Cape, the two utterly unspoiled Muiron Islands are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site listed Ningaloo Coast.

Warm Indian Ocean waters collide with the cooler waters of the West Australian Current here, forming a remarkable biological hot spot that thrives with rich life and incredible diversity. These unique conditions form masses of plankton for gentle giants of the ocean to graze upon, even luring groups of colossal whale sharks from March to July. Snorkel to look into the riot of activity below the undulating waves and see if you can spot turtles, parrotfish and butterfly fish among the thousands of species at home in these balmy waters.

Included Activity: Snorkelling With Silversea Expedition team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.

Please note:
• The activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is recommended only for guests in good physical condition with good swimming skills and some snorkelling experience.
• Snorkelling will take place from either a beach or a Zodiac platform depending on the conditions of the day. There will be equipment available for all guests, though you are welcome to bring your own if you wish (full-face masks are prohibited). Some floating noodles will also be available for those guests who wish to make use of them.
• As the sun can be strong in these areas, it's recommended to use eco-friendly sunscreen and a rash guard to protect as much skin as possible.
• It is compulsory to snorkel with a buddy and never alone, you are also kindly reminded not to swim too far away from the site however your Expedition Team will be available to give you all the specific information you need.
• It's important to remember not to touch, kick or stand on corals, and not to interfere with the animals that you encounter during your excursion.
• If you are using an underwater camera or any other equipment, make sure it is safely attached to you by a neck or wrist strap and that you are comfortable in the water prior to usage.

Overnight: Silversea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 14 Montebello Islands, Western Australia

Arrives: 07:00 - Departs: 18:30

Montebello is Italian for ‘beautiful mountain’ but was named by the French explorer Nicolas Baudin in 1801 after a battle in Italy. The war-like name may suit the island as the British used this place for three nuclear bomb tests in the 1950s. Today visitors must avoid two radioactive islands but other islands are okay to explore.

The 170 islands are 120 kilometres off mainland Australia although Aboriginal people visited until eight thousand years ago when rising sea levels made them too far offshore to reach. The next visitors were in 1622 when survivors of the wrecked British ship 'Tryall' reached the arid islands.

You'll find that two endangered mammals, the Mala (Rufous Hare-Wallaby) and the Djoongari (Shark Bay Mouse), thrive here. They were almost wiped out by introduced cats and foxes on the mainland and were brought to this island for safety. The islands are an important seabird breeding colony so look for Roseate and Greater Crested Terns. You might also see Sooty Oystercatchers foraging on the rocks while Beach Stone curlews roam beaches. Coral reefs and lagoons surround the islands in the Montebello Marine Park with 150 species of hard coral, 450 species of fish and 170 species of echinoderms (sea stars, sea urchins and sea cucumbers) keeping snorkelers happy. Green, Hawksbill and Flatback Turtles nest on the beaches and provide highlights when seen in the water.

Included Activity: Zodiac Cruise With Silversea Expedition team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.

Please note:
• The activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility, back/neck/hip problems, those who are pregnant or guests who use a wheelchair. Although no walking is required, guests must be able to manoeuvre in and out of the Zodiac.
• Participants must be a minimum of 6 years old so children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Lifejackets are provided and child-sized life jackets are also available.
• Dress according to the climate and please ensure you wear shoes that are either waterproof or that may get wet, such as Tevas or wet shoes (no flip-flops or similar).
• You may be splashed so it is recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags.
• Please ensure that you apply ample sunscreen to protect yourself from sunburn.

Included Activity: Hiking With Silversea Expedition team
Please note:
• The activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or guests who use a wheelchair. Guests with balance limitations are advised to bring along walking poles to assist on slippery and uneven surfaces while hiking. Hikes will be offered in various degrees of difficulty and to avoid injury, guests are advised to be honest with themselves regarding their abilities when deciding which hikes to participate in.
• Hikes will go through different types of terrains that may be wet, muddy, rocky, sandy or icy.
• Hikes will take place in different types of weather conditions and therefore guests must be ready with appropriate clothing and footwear.
• It's recommended that you bring your Silversea drinking bottle to remain hydrated and your Silversea backpack to carry your essential items. It is recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.

Overnight: Silversea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 15 Dampier Archipelago, Western Australia

Arrives: 07:00 - Departs: 18:30

Rust-coloured rocks contrasting with pale Spinifex grass, white beaches and aquamarine seas create a scenic kaleidoscope in the Dampier Archipelago. The archipelago is named after William Dampier, the English pirate turned explorer who was the first European visitor in 1699, although the archipelago and peninsula are known as Murujuga by the Aboriginal people.

The Dampier Marine Park protects the archipelago’s coral reefs, sponge gardens and seagrass meadows. You'll also find that a five-metre tidal range adds rocky shores and sand flats to this list of habitats. A high biodiversity of corals and fish is matched by 1,200 molluscs. Snorkelling here reveals a rich sample of this treasure trove of life with four turtle species living in these waters including Flatback and Hawksbill Turtles. Ospreys and sea eagles rely on the sea for food but keep an eye out for their huge stick nests on seaside rocks, some are decades old.

Included Activity: Hiking With Silversea Expedition Team
Please note:
• Activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or guests who use a wheelchair. Guests with balance limitations are advised to bring along walking poles to assist on slippery and uneven surfaces while hiking. Hikes will be offered in various degrees of difficulty so to avoid injury guests are advised to be honest with themselves regarding their abilities when deciding which hikes to participate in.
• Hikes will go through different types of terrains that may be wet, muddy, rocky, sandy or icy.
• Hikes will take place in different types of weather conditions so guests must be ready with appropriate clothing and footwear.
• It's recommended you bring your Silversea drinking bottle to remain hydrated and your Silversea backpack to carry your essential items. It is also recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.

Overnight: Silversea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 16 Rowley Shoals, Western Australia

Arrives: 13:30 - Departs: 18:30

Some 300 kilometres northwest of Broome, the Rowley Shoals consist of the three reefs Imperieuse, Clerke and Mermaid. The first two reefs form the Rowley Shoals Marine Park and have sandy cays that are still visible at high tide. Bedwell Island, a small sandy cay inside Clerke Reef, is home to one of Western Australia’s two colonies of red-tailed Tropicbirds. You'll find other birds nesting on the island including wedge-tailed shearwaters, white-bellied sea eagles, Eastern reef egrets and terns.

Included Activity: Expedition Activities With Silversea Expedition Team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.  

Overnight: Silversea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 17 Lacepede Islands, Western Australia

Arrives: 07:30 - Departs: 17:30

Declared an A-class nature reserve in 1970, the Lacapede Islands is a little paradise for bird lovers with its brown booby colony awaiting you with a joyful cacophony. Their unique location makes the Lacepedes an important breeding centre for many birds and marine life species as masked boobies, Australian pelicans, lesser frigate birds and also the endangered green turtle populate the islands. Zodiac excursions are the most ideal way to admire the ballet of birds flying in this stunning West Australian scenery.

The islands were named after French naturalist Bernard Germain de Lacépède, who studied many Australian fish species. However, before becoming a protected natural reserve, the Lacepedes witnessed bleak moments as the islands used to be the place where kidnapped Aborigines were held before being sent to work in the pearl industry.

Included Activity: Zodiac Cruise With Silversea Expedition team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.

Please note:
• The activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility, back/neck/hip problems, those who are pregnant or guests who use a wheelchair. Although no walking is required, guests must be able to manoeuvre in and out of the Zodiac.
• Participants must be a minimum of 6 years of age so children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Lifejackets are provided and child-sized life jackets are available.
• Dress according to the climate and please ensure you wear shoes that are either waterproof or that may get wet, such as Tevas or wet shoes (no flip-flops or similar).
• You may be splashed so it is recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.
• Please also ensure that you apply ample sunscreen to protect yourself from sunburn.

Overnight: SilverSea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 18 Talbot Bay, Western Australia

Arrives: 06:30 - Departs: 18:30

Talbot Bay is famous for the Horizontal Falls which have been described as 'one of the greatest natural wonders of the world'. The region’s tides of close to 36 feet create an amazing spectacle when the water tries to enter or leave Poulton Creek through two very narrow openings located one behind the other in the McLarty Ranges. Water builds up faster on one side than it can flow through the gaps, leaving or entering depending on the tide.

Included Activity: Zodiac Cruise With Silversea Expedition Team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.

Please note:
• The activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility, back/neck/hip problems, those who are pregnant or guests who use a wheelchair. Although no walking is required, guests must be able to manoeuvre in and out of the Zodiac.
• Participants must be a minimum of 6 years of age so children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Lifejackets are provided and child-sized life jackets are available.
• Dress according to the climate and please ensure you wear shoes that are either waterproof or that may get wet, such as Tevas or wet shoes (no flip-flops or similar).
• You may be splashed so it is recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.
• Please also ensure that you apply ample sunscreen to protect yourself from sunburn.

Overnight: Silversea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 19 Montgomery Reef - Freshwater Cove, Kimberley

Montgomery Reef
Arrive: 06:30 - Depart: 12:00

Montgomery Reef, which is some 300 square kilometres in size, can show an amazing tidal change of up to 4 metres. When the tide drops, the reef seems to rise out of the water. At low tide a river is exposed that allows access to an amazing semi-submerged world. When the tide continues to ebb, Zodiacs will be used to make the way to the edge of the reef where one is surrounded by cascading waterfalls up to 3 metres high. Continuing up the river, you're able to look at the abundance of reef birds and sea creatures including turtles and manta rays. A visit to Montgomery Reef is very much tide-depending, but truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Included Activity: Zodiac Cruise With Silversea Expedition Team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.

Freshwater Cove
Arrive: 13:00 - Depart: 18:30

Adjacent to Montgomery Reef, local Aboriginal guides will welcome you to Freshwater Cove (locally known as Wijingarra Butt Butt) with a traditional ochre welcome on the beach. The rock formations that can be seen along the shore represent spiritual ancestors relating to the great Wandjina battle while caves with rock art can only be visited with local guides.

Included Activity: Kimberley Indigenous Experience
Enjoy an outstanding and unique opportunity to experience a window into indigenous culture and history in a remote location. This is a memorable experience that very few people have had the privilege to witness so enjoy viewing ancient rock art and discovering stories from local knowledgeable guides. You can also join a strenuous hike to Cyclone Cave (approximately 1.5 hours and 2 kilometres return) to see the rock paintings at the cave. Once there, the Traditional Owners will provide information on the area and tell the story of the visible Wandjina rock art.

Please note: This activity is not recommended for guests with mobility issues as there is rough, rocky terrain to traverse, some of it uneven and steep. Guests are recommended to wear sturdy hiking boots, sunscreen and a wide-brimmed hat and to bring a walking stick and water.

Included Activity: Hiking With Silversea Expedition Team
Please note:
• Activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or guests who use a wheelchair. Guests with balance limitations are advised to bring along walking poles to assist on slippery and uneven surfaces while hiking. Hikes will be offered in various degrees of difficulty so to avoid injury guests are advised to be honest with themselves regarding their abilities when deciding which hikes to participate in.
• Hikes will go through different types of terrains that may be wet, muddy, rocky, sandy or icy.
• Hikes will take place in different types of weather conditions so guests must be ready with appropriate clothing and footwear.
• It's recommended you bring your Silversea drinking bottle to remain hydrated and your Silversea backpack to carry your essential items. It is also recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.

Overnight: Silversea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 20 Adele Island, Kimberley

Arrives: 06:30 - Departs: 18:30

Appearing like a charmed apparition, Adele Island is an oasis of tranquillity peeking out of the Indian Ocean. It’s hard to capture the sense of quiet perfection as you stand on this sandy paradise, 104 kilometres from Kimberley’s rugged coast. The changeable sands of the island expand and contract with the contented sighs of the tides and wide sandbanks ebb and flow with the whims of the water.

At the core of Adele Island is a gorgeous tidal lagoon that's rich in biodiversity. The island is also a thriving ocean outpost for breeding birds and turtles, and the hospitable waters form a lively nursery for young humpback whales and bottlenose dolphins so keep an eye out for large silhouettes sliding just below the shallow surface. You may also encounter diverse fish life and endless fields of immaculate coral reefs coating the seabed, alive-like underwater cities, bustling with life and characters. Stand in awe as plumes of seabirds rotate around you like a gentle whirlwind and watch for remarkable birds like the lesser frigate bird and brown booby while exploring this pristine island gem.

Included Activity: Zodiac Cruise With Silversea Expedition Team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.

Please note:
• The activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility, back/neck/hip problems, those who are pregnant or guests who use a wheelchair. Although no walking is required, guests must be able to manoeuvre in and out of the Zodiac.
• Participants must be a minimum of 6 years of age so children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Lifejackets are provided and child-sized life jackets are available.
• Dress according to the climate and please ensure you wear shoes that are either waterproof or that may get wet, such as Tevas or wet shoes (no flip-flops or similar).
• You may be splashed so it is recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.
• Please also ensure that you apply ample sunscreen to protect yourself from sunburn.

Overnight: SilverSea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 21 Ashmore Reef, Indian Ocean

Arrives: 12:30 - Departs: 17:00

Lost in the immensity of the Indian Ocean and situated 630 kilometres from Broome, Ashmore Reef Marine Park is an Australian External Territory that covers 583 square kilometres. Given the rich and fragile environment, Ashmore Reef has been declared a Sanctuary zone, providing the highest level of protection for the wildlife and minimising disturbance from human activities. Only scientific research is permitted but the visitors can access the Recreational Use Zone, which includes a small area of the West Island, and thus discover this unique place.

With its diverse shades of blue, underwater wonders and feathery friends, this protected area is one of Australia’s most beautiful natural treasures. The three tiny islands and their surrounding waters are home to an oasis of flourishing wildlife. Ashmore Reef is known to be the favourite place of more than 40 bird species with 100,000 seabirds breeding here every year, including crested terns, white-tailed tropicbirds and greater frigatebirds. The islands are also a haven for thousands of migratory shorebirds like curlew sandpipers, bar-tailed godwits and great knots – some of them coming from very far places like Siberia! On the ocean side, the colourful reef is home to around 500 species of fish but also marine turtles, dugongs and many playful dolphins.

Included Activity: Zodiac Cruise With Silversea Expedition Team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.

Please note:
• The activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility, back/neck/hip problems, those who are pregnant or guests who use a wheelchair. Although no walking is required, guests must be able to manoeuvre in and out of the Zodiac.
• Participants must be a minimum of 6 years of age so children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Lifejackets are provided and child-sized life jackets are available.
• Dress according to the climate and please ensure you wear shoes that are either waterproof or that may get wet, such as Tevas or wet shoes (no flip-flops or similar).
• You may be splashed so it is recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.
• Please also ensure that you apply ample sunscreen to protect yourself from sunburn.

Overnight: SilverSea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 22 Hunter River Region, Kimberley

Arrives: 10:00 - Departs: 18:30

The Hunter River is home to an immense mangrove system surrounded by soaring red sandstone cliffs. The narrow mangrove channels shelter numerous bird species, mudskippers, fiddler crabs and the infamous saltwater crocodile which is the most aggressive crocodile species known to man. Naturalist Island, at the mouth of the river, has a stunning stretch of sandy beach that makes a perfect landing site for small helicopters that can pick up visitors wishing to explore some of the Kimberley’s vast interior. The highlight inland is the famous Mitchell Falls where four tiers of waterfalls plunge into deep pools that flow out into the mighty Mitchell River. The headwaters of the falls are cool and a dip in the freshwater is a welcome reprieve from the heat of the heartland.

Included Activity: Zodiac Cruise With Silversea Expedition Team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.

Please note:
• The activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility, back/neck/hip problems, those who are pregnant or guests who use a wheelchair. Although no walking is required, guests must be able to manoeuvre in and out of the Zodiac.
• Participants must be a minimum of 6 years of age so children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Lifejackets are provided and child-sized life jackets are available.
• Dress according to the climate and please ensure you wear shoes that are either waterproof or that may get wet, such as Tevas or wet shoes (no flip-flops or similar).
• You may be splashed so it is recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.
• Please also ensure that you apply ample sunscreen to protect yourself from sunburn.

Included Activity: Hiking With Silversea Expedition Team
Please note:
• Activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or guests who use a wheelchair. Guests with balance limitations are advised to bring along walking poles to assist on slippery and uneven surfaces while hiking. Hikes will be offered in various degrees of difficulty so to avoid injury guests are advised to be honest with themselves regarding their abilities when deciding which hikes to participate in.
• Hikes will go through different types of terrains that may be wet, muddy, rocky, sandy or icy.
• Hikes will take place in different types of weather conditions so guests must be ready with appropriate clothing and footwear.
• It's recommended you bring your Silversea drinking bottle to remain hydrated and your Silversea backpack to carry your essential items. It is also recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.

Overnight: SilverSea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 23 Swift Bay, Kimberley

Arrives: 06:30 - Departs: 18:30

Australia’s jaw dropping Kimberley region shelters some of the oldest collections of rock art depicting warriors, animals or nature is an authentic testimony to Aboriginal’s culture, rituals and traditions. Tranquil Swift Bay offers you the opportunity to discover astonishing Wandjina art galleries and wake up the adventurer in you.

A quick zodiac ride on the turquoise water gives you a chance to admire the coast’s spectacular scenery while a short walk across the rocky and wild landscape leads you to the historic and artistic caves. In these ancient galleries, two different styles of rock art can be observed - the Gwion Gwion style which is represented by long and skinny human-like figures and the much rounder Wandjina style.

You’ll need to keep your wits about you if you want to admire the most spectacular of the ancient paintings though, as it is painted on the ceiling and only visible by lying down. However, those with claustrophobia beware as the ceiling is only about a metre above your head. Those who do wiggle in to be the best position will fully appreciate the artwork’s enormous scale and size and surely won’t be left indifferent.

Included Activity : Hiking With Silversea Expedition Team
Please note:
• Activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or guests who use a wheelchair. Guests with balance limitations are advised to bring along walking poles to assist on slippery and uneven surfaces while hiking. Hikes will be offered in various degrees of difficulty so to avoid injury guests are advised to be honest with themselves regarding their abilities when deciding which hikes to participate in.
• Hikes will go through different types of terrains that may be wet, muddy, rocky, sandy or icy.
• Hikes will take place in different types of weather conditions so guests must be ready with appropriate clothing and footwear.
• It's recommended you bring your Silversea drinking bottle to remain hydrated and your Silversea backpack to carry your essential items. It is also recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.

Overnight: SilverSea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 24 Vansittart Bay (Jar Island), Kimberley

Arrives: 06:30 - Departs: 18:30

Vansittart Bay is located near the northern tip of Western Australia and was named by Phillip Parker King during one of his four surveys of Northern Australia during the early 19th century. Interesting parts of the bay include Jar Island and the opportunity to view Bradshaw (Gwion Gwion) and Wandjina styles of rock art. A beach landing and a short hike across a lagoon will lead to a World War II site where an almost intact wreck of an old aeroplane, a C-53, can be seen.

Included Activity: Hiking With Silversea Expedition Team
Please note:
• Activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or guests who use a wheelchair. Guests with balance limitations are advised to bring along walking poles to assist on slippery and uneven surfaces while hiking. Hikes will be offered in various degrees of difficulty so to avoid injury guests are advised to be honest with themselves regarding their abilities when deciding which hikes to participate in.
• Hikes will go through different types of terrains that may be wet, muddy, rocky, sandy or icy.
• Hikes will take place in different types of weather conditions so guests must be ready with appropriate clothing and footwear.
• It's recommended you bring your Silversea drinking bottle to remain hydrated and your Silversea backpack to carry your essential items. It is also recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.

Overnight: SilverSea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 25 Koolama Bay, Western Australia

Arrives: 06:30 - Departs: 11:30

Koolama Bay is found at the mouth of the King George River and was named after the ship that had been beached here after a Japanese aerial attack during World War II.

Koolama Bay is the starting point for a Zodiac cruise to reach the King George Falls, one of the Kimberley’s most magnificent natural wonders. At 260 feet (80 metres), the twin cascades are among the highest in Australia. Koolama Bay and the river weaving through an amazing landscape of near vertical red rock formations offer a parade of wildlife including saltwater crocodiles and amazing birdlife like giant raptors and the Brahminy Kite.

Included Activity: Zodiac Cruise With Silversea Expedition Team
This activity is conducted by the Silversea Expedition Team and is dependent on the weather and the sea conditions of the day, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Team on board.

Please note:
• The activity level of this activity is approximate, more specific information and logistics will be communicated by the Expedition Leader on board. This activity is not suitable for guests with limited mobility, back/neck/hip problems, those who are pregnant or guests who use a wheelchair. Although no walking is required, guests must be able to manoeuvre in and out of the Zodiac.
• Participants must be a minimum of 6 years of age so children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Lifejackets are provided and child-sized life jackets are available.
• Dress according to the climate and please ensure you wear shoes that are either waterproof or that may get wet, such as Tevas or wet shoes (no flip-flops or similar).
• You may be splashed so it is recommended to have electronic equipment sealed in waterproof bags, in case of rain or spray.
• Please also ensure that you apply ample sunscreen to protect yourself from sunburn.

Overnight: SilverSea’s ‘Silver Cloud’

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 26 Disembark Darwin, Northern Territory

Disembark: 07:00

Enjoy one last breakfast onboard before disembarking the stunning 'Silver Cloud' ship and bidding farewell to your new-found friends and crew.

As you disembark, your transfer will be waiting for you to whisk you off to your hotel, then the rest of your day is at leisure to explore this fascinating town further.

Overnight: Travelodge Darwin or similar, Darwin

Meals included: Breakfast

Day 27 Darwin, Northern Territory

Included Activity: Kakadu, Nourlangie & Yellow Waters Tour
Today you'll be picked up in Darwin and taken on this full-day (approximately 13-14 hour) tour, to experience Kakadu and beyond. Experience the natural wonders and ancient cultural heritage of Kakadu, Australia’s largest national park. You'll have the chance to cruise along the Yellow Water billabong while spotting crocs basking on the banks, admire ancient Aboriginal art at the ‘desert museum’ of Nourlangie Rock and enjoy lunch under the trees before delving deeper into indigenous history at the Warradjan Aboriginal Centre.

Please note: Entry to Kakadu National Park is a Government enforced fee and is payable on the day.

Overnight: Travelodge Darwin or similar, Darwin

Meals included: None

Day 28 Free Day Darwin

Darwin offers a variety of free activities that allow visitors to explore the city's natural beauty and cultural heritage. The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory is a must-visit to see the region's art and history, and for a breathtaking experience why not catch a stunning sunset at one of the city's numerous vantage points?

Nature enthusiasts will appreciate the Charles Darwin National Park, can visit the Botanic Gardens or venture out to Litchfield National Park (approximately 120 kilometres southwest of Darwin) for pristine landscapes and refreshing swimming holes.

Don't miss the Darwin Waterfront Precinct where you can relax and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the city, the Mindil Beach Markets which offers local crafts, and the historical Lyons Cottage.

Overnight: Travelodge Darwin or similar, Darwin

Meals included: None

Day 29 Darwin Sunset Cruise

Included Activity: 3-Hour Sunset Cruise With Dinner & Sparkling Wine
Get the best sunset vista by heading out onto the water on this cruise across Darwin Harbour. Aboard a large ocean-going catamaran with plenty of deck space, you can sit under the sails or in the air-conditioned salon and toast the setting sun with a glass of sparkling wine before enjoying a barbecue dinner while soaking up the views. If you wish, you can bring your own drinks and keep them chilled in the on board coolers.

Please note: The vessel departs from Dock 1 Stokes Hill wharf, you will need to make your own way to and from the wharf.

Overnight: Travelodge Darwin or similar, Darwin

Meals included: None

Day 30 Embark The Ghan Expedition - Katherine, Northern Territory

Departs: 10:00

When the time is right, check out of your hotel and make your own way to the train station to begin boarding 'The Ghan' for your journey back to Adelaide. Celebrate the start of your journey with a welcome drink and canapes before you board when you’ll also have the opportunity to take photos of the bold red locomotive. Settle into the comforts of 'The Ghan' as you relax in your cabin or mingle with fellow travellers in the Outback Explorer Lounge. As 'The Ghan' begins to travel south, enjoy a chef-prepared lunch ahead of your off-train experience in Katherine.

In a region renowned for jaw-dropping natural assets, Katherine boasts the incredible Nitmiluk Gorge so a cruise is on offer to showcase the beauty of this spot. Alternatively, the Katherine Outback Experience lets you into the lives of those who call the outback home while the Cutta Cutta cave system is home to a variety of native wildlife and is rich in Indigenous culture and modern European history.

Overnight: Journey Beyond ‘The Ghan’ Platinum Service

Meals included: Lunch; Dinner

Day 31 The Ghan Expedition Alice Springs

Wake up in the Australian outback and enjoy a big breakfast onboard as the train draws closer to the iconic town of Alice Springs.

There is an experience to suit everyone including off road e-bike adventure, the Alice Explorer tour that takes in The Historic Telegraph Station and Royal Flying Doctor service, a cultural experience at Standley Chasm, the chance to meet the wildlife at the Desert Park, or take in the astounding beauty of Simpson’s Gap.

In the evening, the hallmark experience of 'The Ghan' begins as you dine under a blanket of stars at the Alice Springs Telegraph Station with red earth at your feet and white tablecloths at your fingertips. This will be a night to remember.

Overnight: Journey Beyond ‘The Ghan’ Platinum Service

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 32 The Ghan Expedition Coober Pedy, South Australia

Catch the sunrise from your morning stop at the remote Manguri before venturing into the weird and wonderful opal mining township of Coober Pedy, where more than half of the residents live underground. Here, you’ll enjoy a day of discovery and a gourmet lunch in the most unique of locations, underground. The off-train experiences that are on offer include exploring the majestic Breakaways, touring the town and learning more about mining history on the Opal Experience.

For your final night on board 'The Ghant, dinner is served on the train before you can enjoy a nightcap with fellow travellers who have now become friends as your journey continues to Adelaide.

Overnight: Journey Beyond ‘The Ghan’ Platinum Service

Meals included: Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

Day 33 Disembark Adelaide, South Australia

This morning, you’ll see a dramatic change in landscape as the rich ochre tones of the outback make way for the green fields of South Australia. Enjoy a leisurely brunch as you pass through the Flinders Ranges before arriving in Adelaide, completing one of the world’s great rail experiences.

Once you have disembarked the train, please make your own onward plans.

Meals included: Breakfast

Important Info

Booking information 

After purchase, you will receive a receipt and a Purchase Confirmation, directing you to an online Passenger Information Form. You must complete the Passenger Information Form within 72 hours of purchase. Any special requests, preferences and optional extras MUST be clearly stated in your Passenger Information Form. Any change requested after submitting your Passenger Information Form cannot be guaranteed, is strictly subject to availability and will incur surcharges as outlined in the Schedule of Fees below.
 
On purchasing this Travel Offer, you are bound by the General Terms and Conditions and the specific terms and conditions outlined in this Important Information.
 
Please note: All countries and territories have different entry requirements in relation to vaccinations, quarantine/isolation periods and travel restrictions. Due to the evolving nature, we would ask all of our customers to monitor, meet and adhere to the specific requirements of their intended destination(s) in the lead-up to and immediately before travel, as well as any requirements post-travel upon their return.
 
CANCELLATION POLICY
Tour packages are non-refundable. If your tour package is affected by Covid-19-related travel restrictions and you are unable to travel, you will receive either a free date change (credit that is specific to your original package and purchase value) or an open credit less any non-recoverable supplier fees to the value of your original purchase for use on any other tour or package available via the TripADeal website.
 
Please note: Date change credits are subject to availability and not guaranteed until confirmed by TripADeal, not the tour operator you are due to stay with. We recommend you consider purchasing travel insurance with Covid-19 protection. The standard cancellation policy will apply if you cannot travel because you have tested positive for Covid-19.
 
Please note: All additional charges are payable in AUD (unless otherwise stated).
 
Offer essentials

This travel offer is valid for travel on the 12th August 2025.
 
This travel offer is priced per person based on a twin share.
 
Single Traveller Supplement
For solo travellers, a mandatory single supplement applies:
• Vista Suite: $20,000
• Veranda Suite : $22,500
Please note: Accommodation for single customers who are travelling on a tour or cruise package may be in a single room, depending on availability.
 
Departure Dates
2025
August: 12
Please note: See checkout for live dates and availability.
 
Cruise


Silversea ‘Silver Cloud’


'Silver Cloud' is a shining gem in the world of luxury expedition cruising. As one of Silversea's exceptional vessels, it marries the elegance of a classic cruise ship with the rugged capabilities of an expedition vessel. With a capacity for just 254 guests, 'Silver Cloud' ensures an intimate and personalised experience. This all-suite ship boasts spacious and beautifully appointed accommodations, each featuring a private veranda where you can savour breathtaking views of the world's most remote and captivating destinations.

Dining on 'Silver Cloud' is a culinary journey, with multiple gourmet restaurants serving a diverse range of delectable dishes crafted by talented chefs. The onboard spa, fitness centre, and pool provide opportunities for relaxation and wellness between adventures.

The dedicated expedition team includes naturalists, historians, and other experts who enhance your journey with informative lectures and guided excursions. Plus, with the inclusion of the Silversea's all-inclusive amenities, including fine wines, premium spirits, and gratuities, you can indulge in a truly carefree and enriching expedition experience on board 'Silver Cloud'.

 
Onboard Currency
$ USD.
 
Cabins/Staterooms
Vista Suite: Approximately 22m2
Your home away from home while you embrace the intrepid explorer within. The suite’s seating area has plenty of room to relax while you go over your notes, ready for the next adventure. Large picture windows frame panoramic ocean views, ideal for appraising the local wildlife.
• Window and sitting area.
• Standard vanity.
• Separate shower (some cabins have a full-size bath) plus a bathrobe, hairdryer, slippers and luxury bath amenities.
• Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe.
• Queen-size bed with luxury mattress and pillow menu.
• Writing desk.
• Unlimited standard Wi-Fi.
• Large flatscreen TV with an interactive media library.
• Butler service. 
• Champagne on arrival.
• Refrigerator and bar stocked with your preferences.
• Umbrella.
 
Verandah Suite: Approximately 27m2 
A Silversea signature, the Veranda Suite is spacious and welcoming. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a furnished private teak veranda from where you can contemplate anything from the midnight sun to an antarctic sunrise.
• Verandah and sitting area.
• Standard vanity.
• Separate shower (some cabins have a full-size bath) plus a bathrobe, hairdryer, slippers and luxury bath amenities.
• Walk in wardrobe with personal safe.
• Queen-size bed with luxury mattress and pillow menu.
• Writing desk.
• Unlimited standard Wi-Fi.
• Large flatscreen TV with an interactive media library.
• Butler service.
• Champagne on arrival.
• Refrigerator and bar stocked with your preferences.
• Umbrella.
 
Please note: All cabins are subject to availability; some cabins may have restricted views.
 
Cruise Arrival & Departure Times
Please keep in mind that the provided cruise arrival and departure times are approximate and will be finalised upon receipt of your cruise tickets.
 
Accommodation


Accommodation Used


4 & 5-Star Properties (Self-Rated)

• Adelaide, Australia: Stamford Plaza Adelaide or similar.

• Perth, Australia: Pan Pacific Perth or similar.

• Darwin, Australia: Travelodge Darwin or similar.

Please note: Accommodation/rooms offered are based on a lead-in room type and are subject to availability based on seasonality. In the instance a property is not available, a similar standard of accommodation will be provided. Properties will be confirmed and included in your travel pack, which you will receive 4-6 weeks before travel.

 
Extra Nights
Not available.
 
Maximum Room Capacity
2 people.
 
Child Policy
• No child discounts. The full price applies to all children travelling with their parents.
• Valid for children 5 years old and over.
Please note: Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult 18 years old and over to travel. No unaccompanied minors are allowed.
 
Triple Share
Not available.
 
Bedding Configuration
Twin/Double (subject to availability).
 
General information


Optional Tours/Activities


• Some tours or shore excursions require minimum numbers to operate.

• Shore excursions can be booked/reserved directly with the cruise line before travel (subject to availability).

• Shore excursions can also be booked whilst onboard (subject to availability).

• Shore excursion programmes and itineraries may vary depending on local conditions and/or any unforeseen events concerning the timing on the day of the tour. Some excursions are very popular, and therefore availability cannot always be guaranteed, it is advisable to book in advance to avoid disappointment.

 
Exclusions

• Visa fees and requirements.
• Domestic transfers and flights not stated in the deal offer.
• Meals/beverages not stated in the deal offer.
• Optional gratuities/tipping.
• Optional activities/tours.
• Personal expenses.
• Travel insurance.
• Mandatory city tax.
 
Other important information

TOUR GUIDE VS. TOUR LEADER
Tour Guide
Often locals with intimate knowledge of an area, its culture, and history. Their role entails providing commentary, routing the tour, and seeing that people have a good time. They are a licensed, qualified expert who supplies specific information on the history, art, architecture and culture of the city/village/attraction where they are guiding the tour. The guide meets the group at the required place and leaves it at the end of the tour; they do not travel with the group.
 
Tour Leader
An experienced person tasked with ensuring the smooth operation of tours, as well as providing practical support to passengers throughout the whole trip. Their role primarily includes assisting with accommodation, transportation between locations, and communication with tour guides at each stop. A tour leader may provide general guidance around a city or village and offer information on the place visited on the bus. However, they are not required to have specific art, architecture, or historical knowledge. They are not allowed to provide a guided tour or commentary of a city/village/attraction once there and, if caught doing so, can be fined.
Please note: Tour leaders/guides are not a standard inclusion in all travel offers. Tour leaders/guides will only be made available when required to enhance the experience of the destination featured.
 
CLIMATE & AVERAGE TEMPERATURES
Adelaide
In Adelaide, Australia, August is typically winter. During this month, you can expect average high temperatures ranging from around 13 to 16°C, while average low temperatures may range from 7 to 9°C.
 
Perth
In Perth, Australia, August is winter. During this month, you can expect average high temperatures ranging from around 17 to 20°C, while average low temperatures may range from 8 to 11°C.
 
Kimberleys
During August and September, the Kimberley region in Australia experiences its dry season, characterised by warm and dry weather. In August, expect daytime temperatures ranging from 30 to 34°C, with nighttime lows between 14 and 18°C. As September progresses, temperatures tend to rise, with daytime highs averaging between 32 and 36°C and nighttime lows ranging from 16 to 20 °C.
 
Darwin
In Darwin, Australia, September is part of the dry season. During this month, you can generally expect warm and dry weather. Average high temperatures in Darwin during September typically range from around 31 to 34°C, while average low temperatures can range from 23 to 25°C.
 
CRUISE
Embarkation/Disembarkation
• Begins approximately 2 hours after docking.
• Due to security reasons, all guests must be on board 2 hours before sailing.
• Itineraries are subject to change at any time without notice.
• Check your specific sailing for exact departure and arrival times. All times are local to the port.
Please note: Strict Covid-19 terms may also apply regarding proof of insurance covering Covid-19 and/or vaccination. Please refer to the cruise lines’ terms and conditions for further information before boarding.
 
Cruise Loyalty Discounts
Please note: Travellers must contact the cruise line directly upon receiving their travel documents in order to request any membership benefits they may be entitled to.
 
Meals
For meals not included, the tour leader (when available) will offer assistance with reservations, suggestions and directions to local restaurants. It is your responsibility to notify us of any dietary requests/requirements.
Please note: We will do our best to meet your requests/requirements; however, we cannot guarantee that we will always be able to.
 
Luggage
You will be responsible for all your personal belongings whilst on tour. You must carry your own luggage from the vehicle to the hotel room and back to the vehicle. The driver will assist with the uploading and unloading of bags from the vehicle.
 
OTHER
Mobility
If you require wheelchair access please contact our friendly sales and service team to inquire on your behalf.
 
Fitness Level Required
A leisurely level of fitness will be required. Leisurely is described as Light walking, including up multiple stairs, and occasional hiking, may involve uneven surfaces. Able to travel unassisted and get on and off vehicles and small boats. Suitable for most fitness levels and mobility.
Please note: If you have any concerns, please consult your healthcare provider prior to purchase/travel.
 
Gratuities/Tipping
Please note: Tipping for services provided is always a matter of personal discretion; however, please be aware that many locals consider tipping part of their normal remuneration, and they may approach you for payment; there's no need to be intimidated by the request.
 
Cruise
Setting sail on Silversea promises peace of mind from start to finish. That means no worrying about tipping the butlers or staff. Our crew-to-guest ratio of almost 1:1 ensures flawless service from pole to pole, but with us, you never have to think about who should get a tip, how much you should give and when. It’s all included! We believe that not having to deal with tipping helps make your luxury cruise even more special and stress-free. And that is worth every penny.
 
Sightseeing
Please note: If entry to a site is affected by changes in operating hours or public holiday closures, your itinerary, where possible, may be adjusted, or a similar activity will be offered in its place (subject to availability).
 
Shopping
Shopping overseas can be a daunting and confusing experience, especially when there is a language barrier. Please be very cautious when foreign currencies and prices are involved. If paying by credit card, please pay close attention to the amount you are being charged and keep all your receipts. Do not make any purchases you are not comfortable with or feel pressured into. If you are uncertain or need assistance with the language barrier, please seek assistance from your Tour Guide/Leader. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions regarding shopping for further information.
 
Schedule of fees


Voluntary Changes


This includes booking changes requested by you, including but not limited to those changes requiring an airline ticket or a Purchase Confirmation reissue.

• Changes - $100 AUD per booking and any additional charges applied by the airline/cruise company/accommodation/other travel providers.

 
Name Changes Due To Passenger Error
• If the incorrect name has been provided, charges of $100 AUD per booking and any additional charges applied by the airline/cruise company/accommodation/other travel providers.
 
Supplier Fees
In the event the tour package you have purchased is unable to proceed, and/or a travel Supplier is unable to fulfil the tour due to external circumstances (Limitation of Liability e.g. a Force Majeure event), there may be a fee or amount of money that is withheld by our Suppliers and is unrecoverable. This may be due to non-refundable airline tickets, cancellation penalties with cruise cabins or unrecoverable payments with our land/accommodation partners. If refunds are not available from Suppliers, we will endeavour to obtain a travel credit on the best terms available and communicate these outcomes to you. In the event we are unable to obtain a refund or travel service credit, or part thereof, this cost is passed on to the customer as a Supplier Fee.
Important information
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To earn Qantas Points with Qantas Tours, Members will be required to provide a valid Frequent Flyer number and last name at checkout. Only the lead traveller, the primary contact for the booking, will earn 3 Qantas Points per AU$1 spent (including GST) on eligible holiday packages. Qantas Points will not be earned and cannot be redeemed on any amounts payable directly to the hotel. Conditions apply. Qantas Points will be credited to a member's account up to 8 weeks after tour completion. Qantas Points will not be earned on cancelled bookings.

In addition to the 3 Qantas Points per AU$1 spent, each Frequent Flyer member who enters their Qantas Frequent Flyer number into the booking will also earn Status Credits and Qantas Points on the flight component of the package. The amount you earn depends on your flights, the operating airline, fare class and member status. Find out how many Qantas Points you could earn on your next Qantas Tours flights with our online Points Calculator. Terms and conditions apply.

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Earn up to 30,000 Bonus Qantas Points Offer - Terms and Conditions

You must be a Qantas Frequent Flyer member to earn and use points. Qantas Frequent Flyer members can earn up to 30,000 Bonus Qantas Points on deals listed on qantas.com/tours where cash spent criteria (as listed below) is met during the promotion period of 12:01am Tuesday 16 April 2024 to 11:59pm Friday 31 May 2024 (AEST).

Cash spent criteria is the following:
Customers who spend $999 - $4,999 will receive 10,000 Bonus Qantas Points; customers who spend $5,000 - $9,999 will receive 15,000 Bonus Qantas Points; customers who spend $10,000 - $14,999 will receive 20,000 Bonus Qantas Points; customers who spend $15,000 - $19,999 will receive 25,000 Bonus Qantas Points; and customers who spend $20,000+ will receive 30,000 Bonus Qantas Points.

The offer can be used in conjunction with bookings made using Qantas Points, however the Bonus Qantas Points are based on cash spent excluding Point Redemptions, and the minimum cash spend to qualify for the offer is $999, excluding Point Redemptions and promotional vouchers.

Bonus Qantas Points will be issued to the member who has made the booking and is valid once per order. This is in addition to the standard 3 Qantas Points earnt per $1 spent on the total booking value.

The offer is non-refundable, non-redeemable for cash, and cannot be used with any other offer/promotion. Offer excludes credit card surcharges.

All deals and associated base prices and travel dates are subject to availability and may be sold out, or can be withdrawn or varied without notice. All bookings will be bound by the Terms and Conditions and Important Information of your selected deal.

Payment is required in full, together with the redemption of the offer. The offer must be used within the stated validity period.

Qantas Tours is operated by TripADeal. To redeem this offer, book online at qantas.com/tours or contact the TripADeal Sales and Service centre on 137 066. Changes, refunds, cancellations and other service queries are bound by the TripADeal terms and conditions. Qantas Points will be credited to a member's account up to 8 weeks after cruise, or tour completion. Qantas Points will not be earned on cancelled bookings, or on any amounts payable directly to the hotel, cruise or tour operator.

Terms and conditions are subject to change at any time and without notice