Experience the best of what the west Kimberley has to offer in one day! You will encounter gorges, waterfalls, remote islands, ancient reef systems, a historic cattle station and oodles of sights and sounds throughout this spectacular wilderness.
After your pickup from your Broome accommodation, board your fixed-wing aircraft to begin your day of exploration throughout the beautiful Kimberley region.
Explore Windjana Gorge and view the Johnstone River Crocodile in its native habitat. Fly over the ancient Devonian Reef structure that is the majestic King Leopold Ranges, before landing at the remote Silent Grove airstrip.
Take a moderately steep 0.6-mile (1-kilometer) bush walk to Bell Gorge, where you can sooth your body in the refreshing pool that feeds the waterfall. There is an opportunity for swimming, relaxing and many amazing photos.
For the daring there is another 0.6-mile (1-kilometer) rugged walk to the base of the waterfall where an amazing fresh water pool and sun basking Mertens Monitor lizards awaiting your arrival.
Enjoy a scrumptious lunch at the historic Mt Hart Station as well as a walk and talk tour of the property with its knowledgeable team of staff. Marvel at the ‘Thousand Islands’ that make up the Buccaneer Archipelago.
From the air, experience the astonishing rapid tidal movements unique to this regional at the Horizontal Waterfalls.
Relax at Cape Leveque for a wonderful afternoon tea, take a refreshing swim, relax under a tree or enjoy a self-guided walk.
Your return flight passes the Beagle Bay and Lombadina aboriginal communities and overflies coastal areas of Broome including the famous Cable Beach.