Peruse the below selection of popular tours and activities around Halls Creek. If you need more information or would like to book a tour before you arrive, don’t hesitate to call us on (08) 9168 6101 or email email@example.com
Why Drive When You Can Fly….The Kimberley is a vast expanse of territory comprised of some of the most rugged terrain. It’s impossible to grasp its awe in a single visit but Northwest Regional Airlines can ensure you experience a safe, efficient flight service and see as much as possible in your time frame.
Aviair’s fleet of 15 aircraft are fully airconditioned and the best way to explore the Kimberley’s natural beauty. With scenic air tours, charters, accommodated air safaris, links to thrilling helicopter flights and walking tours, Aviair can show you the best Northern Australia has to offer.
Take a helicopter flight over the Kimberley. There are ancient sandstone domes over 350 million years old, striped in orange and black. Only from a helicopter can you see the Livistona palm trees clinging to the sides of the deep canyons. Choose from 4 departure points for scenic flights, heli-hikes and overnight stay options.
The most diverse and complete portfolio of aerial scenic tours and iconic destinations with the largest fleet of scenic tour aircraft and enthusiastic and knowledgeable local pilots to take you there. Tours showcase the spectacular landscape, history, cultural heritage and contemporary enterprise and creativity of the Kimberley region. Your flight with Shoal Air will be one of your most enduring and treasured memories of the Kimberley. It is our pleasure to welcome you on board.
For more information, please contact Shoal Air directly on (08) 9148 2600
The spectacular and delicate limestone formations, brilliantly vivid colours and icy cold, crystal clear freshwater pools are all that remain of the Devonian Great Barrier Reef that was formed over 350 million years ago.
Mimbi cave system reveals ancient large scale fossilised reefs that are amongst the best preserved in the world. This extraordinary location attracts geologists from all over the world.
Your guides will share a wealth of information on how the cave systems were formed, pointing out various rock formations including speleothems, tall slender stalagmites, shawls, flowstones and sparkling calcite crystals formed over millennia.
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