Kalbarri and Coastal Cliffs Scenic Flight
Much of Kalbarri Coastal region’s most pleasing scenery is inaccessible by road, Kalbarri Scenic Flights offer you the opportunity to witness the wonders of the Mid West at first hand from the best possible vantage point - the air! View the Coastal Cliffs with their spectacular red sedimentary rock colours, Red Bluff, Rainbow Gorge and more on this 20 minute Kalbarri & Coastal Cliffs flight.Depart Kalbarri Airport on this action packed, exciting flight that showcases the true magnificence and grandeur of the regions coastal areas.Fly toward the town and low along the beachfront before climbing to clifftop height to view the spectacular Coastal Cliffs with their lovely red sedimentary rock colours.Continue past the surfing beach, Red Bluff and Rainbow Gorge where rainbows may be seen in the sea mist due to sands and silts containing an assortment of minerals that have layered, compacted and weathered to form this spectrum in stone. Lastly, fly over a series of connecting gorges and the Natural Bridge before returning to Kalbarri along the coast cliffs again and low over Kalbarri Beach.
Hutt Lagoon Pink Lake Scenic Flight
Discover the amazing and truly unique Pink Lake at Hutt Lagoon, an interesting spectacle that stands out like no other! The best vantage point to see this is the air and not only will you see this but also the magnificent coastal cliffs of Kalbarri with their lovely red sedimentary rock colours, Red Bluff, Rainbow Gorge and more. Flight duration is 1 hourDepart Kalbarri Airport for a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the Pink Lake at Hutt Lagoon. Firstly, fly towards the town and low along the beachfront before climbing to cliff height to view the spectacular coastal cliffs with their red sedimentary rock colours.Continue past the surfing beach, Red Bluff and Rainbow Gorge where rainbows may be seen in the sea mist due to sands and silts containing an assortment of minerals that have layered, compacted and weathered to form this spectrum in stone. Next view a series of connecting gorges including the natural bridge before flying past the white sandy beaches of Lucky Bay and arriving at the Pink Lake.The lake contains a pink hue created by presence of carotenoid-producing algae Dunaliella salina, a source of ß-carotene, a food-colouring agent and source of vitamin A.The lagoon is approximately 70 square kilometres with most of it lying a few metres below sea level and fed by marine waters through springs.After circling the lake head back along the coastal cliffs and over the town before arriving at the airport.
Kalbarri River Gorges and Coastal Cliffs Scenic Flight
One of the most exciting and best value aerial adventures showcasing the Kalbarri National Park as well as the splendour and scale of the Murchison River Gorges. See spectacular sights only visible by air on this 45 minute flights with many of the amazing wonders of nature inaccessible and un-viewable, except by air.Take off from Kalbarri Airport and head to Kalbarri National Park with its rugged and breathtaking scenery. Flyover Ross Graham Lookout of Kalbarri National Park that surrounds the lower reaches of the Murchison River, which has cut a magnificent 80 kilometre gorge through the red and white banded sandstone to create formations.Mostly accessible and viewed only by air overpass Hawkeshead, Little Z Bend, Big Z Bend and the Four Ways, an interesting formation of the river travelling one way with two large cuts from both directions. Return to Kalbarri via the Murchison House Station, the Coastal Cliffs with their amazing red sedimentary rock colours and a brief Kalbarri overfly.
Grand Tour Scenic Flight from Kalbarri
Enjoy this scenic one hour 45 minute flight of Kalbarri and the spectacular region, showcasing some sights only visible by air. View the amazing Abrolhos Islands with the shallow and amazing colors in the waters, Kalbarri National Park including the Murchison River Gorges, unique Pink Lake at Hutt Lagoon and more.Enjoy this scenic trip offering an immense scope of what the Kalbarri region has to offer. Heading past Kalbarri, the mouth of the Murchison River, Coastal Cliffs and Bluff Point, enjoy a 20 minute flight past Gantheume Bay to the Abrolhos Islands. Descending low past East Wallabi, West Wallabi and the spectacular surfing break called Super Tubes, spend a further 20 minutes taking in the sights, a magnificent panorama of bright, vibrant corals visible through the shallow waters. After passing the fork where soldiers from the Batavia made their successful stand against the mutineers, overfly the fisherman's huts and the scarred coal where the Batavia Wreck was lifted from the reef. Next, head to the Pink Lake at Hutt Lagoon with its pink hues created by presence of carotenoid-producing algae Dunaliella salina, a source of beta-carotene, a food-colouring agent and source of vitamin A. Return to Kalbarri via the Kalbarri National Park with many of its amazing wonders of nature, some only visible by air. These include Hawkeshead, Little Z Bend, Big Z Bend and the Four Ways, an interesting formation of the river going one way with two large cuts coming in from both directions.
Half-Day Abrolhos Island Discovery Tour from Kalbarri
Enjoy this 5 hour tour of the the Abrolhos Islands off the coast of Western Australia. Tour includes morning tea and a return scenic flight, viewing the majestic Coastal Cliffs and Gantheume Bay from the best vantage point, the air! Spend around two and a half hours on East Wallabi Island snorkeling and swimming in the picturesque waters, as well as taking a nature walk.Begin the morning by flying over the town of Kalbarri and majestsic Coastal Cliffs before heading across Gantheaume Bay to the specatacular Abrolhos Islands. The Abrolhos Islands is a chain of 122 islands, and associated coral reefs, in the Indian Ocean approximately 65 kilometres off the west coast of Australia. It is the southernmost true coral reef in the Indian Ocean, one of the highest latitude reef systems in the world and one of the most important seabird breeding sites. East Wallabi Island, known for its beautiful coral and turquoise bays, is where the plane lands. From here enjoy a short walk to Turtle Bay where the morning is spent swimming and snorkelling in the protected waters of the coral reef. Morning tea with tea and coffee is included, and discover the island on a nature walk. View the abundant birdlife, neighbouring islands and limestone cave formations. Return to Kalbarri flying over the breathtaking coral atolls and the site of the historical Batavia shipwreck.
Half-Day Monkey Mia Dolphin Spectacular from Kalbarri
Enjoy a scenic flight from Kalbarri to Monkey Mia taking in spectacular sights, some only visible from the air. Once in Monkey Mia enjoy approximately two and half hours at the white sandy beach swimming in the shallow waters as well as experiencing the local wild Bottlenose Dolphins frolicking and being fed. Total tour time 6 hours.Depart Kalbarri and head north, low and parallel to the coast, past the impressive Zuytdorp Cliffs where the Dutch merchant ship sunk in 1712. Next, fly past Womerangee Hill, which at 900 feet is the highest part of the coast, we fly below cliff level where the views are spectacular and allow guests to take in every possible detail. After flying over the peninsular, to the south of of Monkey Mia, viewing the dark blue ocean merging with the shallow waters of Shark Bay, land at Denham Airport before a short drive to Monkey Mia. Here, spend two and a half hours enjoying the white sand, shallow waters and experience the beautiful Bottle-Nose dolphins being fed and playing in the waters. Renowned as one of the most reliable places for dolphin interaction, Monkey Mia is the only place in Australia where dolphins visit daily, not just seasonally. The friendly pod of wild bottlenose dolphins regularly swim to Monkey Mia’s shore to interact with humans up to three times a day, feeding times generally occurs between 7.30am and 12 noon. Return to Kalbarri via Eagle Bluff, a spectacularly high cliff that overlooks the Denham Sound near Shark Bay.Please note the dolphins are wild and in their natural environment, sightings can't be guaranteed.