The top three Western Australia tours

by Sonja Mitchell on 15-11-2017 in Entertainment

The top three Western Australia tours

The Kimberley has some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, and whether you’re keen on adventure, relaxing, sightseeing or exploring, Aviair has the tour for you. Here’s our list of the top three Western Australia tours on offer…

Bungle Bungle Wanderer

If you want to work up a sweat and have an amazing bird’s eye view of the incredible Purnululu National Park, the Bungle BungleWanderer is the trip to take. This tour allows you to see the rugged beauty of the park both from the air and on the ground. Tucked away in the chasms and gorges of the park is an array of walks trails and sights to behold. Your day will start with a one-hour flight departing from Kununurra, taking in sweeping views of Lake Argyle, its dam wall, Lake Kununurra, the Ord Irrigation Area, and the Carr Boyd and Osmand Ranges. When you arrive, set out on foot and choose either an easy walk or a big day of walking tours at the park.

It’s easy to add a helicopter flight at Purnululu to see more and get great photos. You can see our brochure for more details.

The Mitchell Falls Discoverer

Head high in the sky and discover the North Kimberley coastline. This full-day plane and helicopter tour takes in an area the size of central Europe and includes incredible coastal views, cattle stations and majestic waterfalls. On the way to Mitchell Falls, one of the Kimberley’s most photographed waterfalls, you will see the Ord Irrigation area, Cockburn Range, King George Falls, Berkeley River, and the Cambridge Gulf. Upon landing at Mitchell Falls you can take two thrilling chopper flights, and your pilot will guide you on a 4.5km walk to the Mitchell Falls, where you can go for a dip in certain, croc-free areas. Board your planeand fly over the Cockburn Range and El Questro.

This adventure tour is available May to September on Thursday and Sunday, from 6am to 1pm. Bring along your camera, daypack, towel, water bottle, a light cotton shirt, sunscreen, a jacket for the morning and sturdy walking shoes. 

Bungle Bungle Adventurer

Soar over one of the most striking landmarks in Western Australia, Purnululu National Park, and take in the sweeping expanse of beehive-shaped domes from the air. These sandstone formations were created more than 350 million years ago and added to the world heritage list in 2003 and cut an impressive shape against the surrounding plains. En route to your final destination, the park, you will fly overthe enormous expanse of water at Lake Argyle and its Lake Argyle dam wall, Lake Kununurra and the Ord Irrigation Area, as well as the Carr Boyd and Osmand Ranges. On the way home you will see Argyle Diamond Mine, home of the renowned pink diamond.

The Bungle Bungle Adventurer two-hour tour is available all year around and departs at 6am, 9am or 2.30pm. 

Save money by buying a six-hour Ord River Cruise or Lake Argyle Sunset Cruise (plus transfers) at the same time you buy the Bungle Bungle Wanderer… see our brochure for more details.

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