Fly Kimberley Panorama

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Flying North West from Kununurra, our flight path takes in the Ord Irrigation area, El Questro, King George Falls, Berkeley River, Cambridge Gulf, Mitchell Falls, and the Kalumburu.

Fly Kimberley Panorama
From$1195 aud

Group booking discount

Tour Highlights


Tour Info

  • Scenic Flight
Duration 1 Day
Price From $1195

May to Sep : Saturdays

Vehicle Fixed Wing Aircraft
Suitability Open Age
Start Kununurra @ 09.00 am
Finish Kununurra @ 04.00 pm
Travel Insurance Required

The North Kimberley with its untouched, remote coastline hides its secrets well until you take to the air. This full day safari covers an area the size of central Europe. Majestic waterfalls, cattle stations, wilderness reserves and incredible coastal views will keep you enthralled all day. View the Ord Irrigation area, El Questro, King George Falls, Berkeley River, Cambridge Gulf, Mitchell Falls, and the Kalumburu. This tour is certainly a popular sightseeing flight of the Kimberley and you will be dazzled by the scenery unfolding around you.


Your aircraft is a Prop Jet, air-conditioned, high wing Cessna Grand Caravan offering comfort, safety and spectacular viewing opportunities.

Fly over the Ord River Irrigation Area, Carlton Hill Station, Wyndham and the Cambridge Gulf to the coast

View beautiful patterned mud flats near Wyndham at the mouth of the Ord and King rivers

Marvel at the Berkeley River Gorge, King George Falls, and Kalumburu

Land at the remote Mitchell Plateau airstrip to stretch and have a drink and snack before becoming airborne again to make sweeping orbits of the Mitchell Falls and Mertens Gorge

Discover Drysdale River Station, a remote cattle station which also welcomes tourists. For lunch try the real Kimberley beef burger

Return to Kununurra via El Questro and the Cockburn Range


  • Courtesy transfer to and from our terminal within Kununurra 
  • Departure from our exclusive air conditioned terminal building
  • Personalised pilot commentary 
  • Cold bottled water, refresher towels, and sweets 
  • Personalised pilot commentary across PA system
  • Travel by modern fully air-conditoned Prop Jet aircraft

How to avoid and reduce emissions

  • Travel light – remember every extra kg that needs to be transported needs more fuel and generates more greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Buy souvenirs produced locally – buying a cheap imported knock-off of a traditional item as a souvenir does not support the local community and creates additional transport emissions.
  • Organise tours with an accredited eco-tourism operator to reduce your impact on the local environment.


  • Tour departs on Saturdays and on request for other days.
  • Minimum 2 passengers required. 

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