An adventure on the True North has long been regarded as one of Australia’s most revered tourism experiences. All itineraries are activity based and designed for discerning travellers who truly want to ‘experience’ some of Australia’s most remote coastal destinations. Extended periods at sea are specifically excluded and daily activities can include walks, fishing, snorkelling, diving, picnics, natural history, cultural events and more. The True North is an Australian registered ship and not required to leave Australian waters during Australian voyages – every day on-board the True North is an activity day. Destinations include the Kimberley, a panorama of rugged mountains, spectacular gorges and majestic waterfalls; the still-wild coast of Western Australia featuring the intriguing Abrolhos Islands, world-famous Ningaloo Reef, the Montebello Islands and the pristine Rowley Shoals; beautiful Sydney and surrounds and, a seafood safari around the Eyre Peninsula. The True North has been designed to go where other ships cannot. Multiple adventure boats explore even further and guests experience wilderness ‘up close’. Most cruise options feature an on-board helicopter which adds another dimension to the adventure. Guest numbers are limited to thirty-six and an Australian crew of twenty two chaperones every experience. Spacious cabins feature modern décor with ensuites. Find out why guests disembarking from the True North consistently respond with “that’s the best holiday I have ever had!”.