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Stunning scenery from air and land

Kimberley scenic flights

The Kimberley region is a massive region over three times the size of the UK (and bigger than 75% of the world’s countries!). The region has few sealed roads and the easiest way to experience this isolated part of Australia is to fly.

For over 44 years Air Adventure has been delivering truly authentic Kimberley aviation and outback tours.

We will fly you to remote locations where larger groups can’t go, so, you can be enriched by the spell binding beauty of the Kimberley region. 

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Flying private gives you unrivalled access

Visit wild and remote regions

On board your Kimberley Air Tour you can link the best of the Red Centre, Top-End and Kimberley into one seamless adventure.

Flying private gives you unrivalled access to the Kimberley, one of Australia’s last untamed wilderness areas. 

From stunning fern-lined pools, towering coastal gorges to incredible waterfalls through to natural wonders found nowhere else on Earth.

No matter what your interests, level of fitness or special needs we can design a tailor-made adventure just for you.

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An enriching experience

Culture and environment

Amazingly, many people have never heard of the Kimberley and there are lots of Australians who mistakenly believe that the Kimberley is in the Northern Territory. In fact, it occupies a sizeable chunk of the northern part of Western Australia.

The Kimberley combines a unique environment with an abundance of culture. Majestic coastline, pristine gorges and swimming holes, bush walks, croc spotting, great fishing and ancient Aboriginal art and communities, cattle stations and hot springs. 

Our expert guides and tour leaders offer enriched experiences with their intimate local knowledge. Attractions and experiences are as diverse and extensive as the region itself, so, it’s essential to have experts guiding you.

Learn more about our guides and the Air Adventure team.

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Kimberley Top 3 Highlights

1: Horizontal Falls

Sir David Attenborough once described the Horizontal Falls as “one of the greatest natural wonders of the world”. Home to one of the world’s largest tidal changes, crazy tidal currents pushing through tight parallel coastal gorges create this natural spectacle. 

2: Bungle Bungle Range, Purnululu National Park

Amazingly, the Bungle Bungle Range’s unique set of beehive-shaped karst sandstone domes were only discovered in 1983. However, the orange and black striped domes have existed for around 350 million years and have been revered by local Indigenous people for approximately 40,000 years. Consequently, Purnululu National Park was established in 1987 and declared a World Heritage Site in 2003. 

3: Kimberley Coastal Camp

Your time at Kimberley Coastal Camp can be as active or relaxing as you like (or a combination of the two). There’s boat trips, bush walks to remarkable rock art sites, islands to explore, fish and mud crabs to be caught, waterholes to swim in, beach combing as well as a very well appointed ‘base camp’ where you can relax in your bungalow or by the freshwater pool.

What our travellers say

  • "We have not stopped reflecting on our awesome experience onboard the Flyaway Faraway trip. Your great attention to all of our needs and wants was amazing."

    - Neil & Maree, NZ