Kings Cascades

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Lauren Bath, Tourism Western Australia

Lauren Bath, Tourism Western Australia

Lauren Bath, Tourism Western Australia

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King Cascades are a must-see Bucket List attraction when visiting the Kimberley region of Western Australia, only accessible by a scenic cruise or scenic flight.

A waterfall moment at the beautiful King Cascades is one of the highlights of a Kimberley coastal cruise through one of the last untouched wilderness areas on Earth. Located on the Prince Regent River in the Kimberley, King Cascades can be accessed by joining a cruise from Broome, Wyndham or some of the remote luxury coastal camps that dot the north Kimberley coast. Scenic flights from Broome, Kununurra, outback stations and wilderness retreats may also include a visit to the Prince Regent River region.

Take a moment to watch the mesmerising spectacle of fresh water cascading over the ancient terraced rock formations and, if you choose to cruise, don’t miss the opportunity to snap a photo standing on the front deck of the boat as you take a refreshing shower under the falls. You can also take a walk and make the climb above the falls for a dip in the natural swimming pool, surrounded by lush ferns and the sounds of nature – Prince Regent River provides a haven for more than half of the Kimberley's native mammal and bird species.

Tourists are advised to check for alerts and road/park closures before commencing their travel on and 


  • Scenic cruise (fees apply)
  • Scenic flights (fees apply)


  • There are no facilities located at this remote location.

Important Information


  • Always do some research before heading out for your journey. Visit the local visitor information centre for the most up to date information on current conditions.
  • Stay safe and get the most out of your visit by preparing for natural hazards and other outdoor risks. You are responsible for your own safety and the safety of those in your care.
  • Wear suitable footwear and ensure to wear appropriate clothing to protect yourself from the elements when outside exploring.
  • Please consider the environment, take your rubbish with you or place in the bins provided. We want to ensure these beautiful places are still here for our future generations to enjoy.
  • National park fees may apply for national parks in Western Australia. Check the parks website for bookings and/ or further details.
  • Entry fees may change at anytime at the discretion of WA Parks and Wildlife Services, check their website for the most up to date information.

When you are entering the Kimberley or Pilbara regions, you are entering crocodile country. Two species of crocodile occur in Western Australia: the estuarine (or saltwater) crocodile and the freshwater crocodile. The estuarine crocodile is the largest living reptile and is considered to be a dangerous predator. Freshwater crocodiles are smaller and not as aggressive. Be CROCWISE in Western Australia's north. For more information on Be CROCWISE see 

Photo & content credits: Lauren Bath, Tourism Western Australia & Aussie Bucket List®

Location & Supplier

Kings Cascades

Address: King Cascades, Prince Regent River, Western Australia 6740


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