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Raft Point is a large rock formation located close to the mouth of Doubtful Bay - large bay on Kimberley coast (Western Australia). Sale River feeds into the bay.
- Raft Point is a 188 m high bluff into Doubtful Bay's entrance (off Kimberley, northwestern Australia). Here cruise ship tourists can climb up to the saddle of rock which forms an outdoor Aboriginal art gallery. Gallery's art includes images of Wandjina spirits (with haloes) and crocodiles, fish, snakes, dugong.
- With exciting views over neighbouring Steep Island, the hike to the unique Aboriginal art gallery found on the cave walls of Raft Point is a delight for every photographer.
- The Aboriginal Rock Art portrays the mythical Wandjina tribe but is also the ideal spot for fishing and crabbing.
- Things to see and do at Raft Point include sightseeing, fishing, bird watching, mud crabbing and aboriginal rock art. The cruise season extends from January through December.