MITCHELL FALLS TOUR
Mount Hart | Kings Cascade | Mitchell Falls | Horizontal Falls | Cygnet Bay | Dampier Peninsula
Hotel Transfers, Chilled Bottled Water, Breakfast
and Lunch, Full Commentary, Tour Souvenir
What To Bring:
Swimwear, Towel, Hat, Sunscreen, Sunglasses
and a Camera
Number Of Passengers:
5 (minimum 4 required)
$1,290 per person - via Derby, not Mt Hart
Wet Season (November to March)
$1,390 per person
Dry Season (April to October)
After your complimentary hotel pick up, you will be brought to Broome Aviation’s very own departure lounge located at the Broome International Airport. Here you will be greeted by your pilot for the day and enjoy your pre-flight breakfast and tea or coffee in air-conditioned comfort. Your pilot will outline the days adventure and give a brief safety demonstration before commencing your flight.
Departing Broome, fly over remote Kimberley wilderness including Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges, formerly known as the King Leopold Ranges.
Have delicious morning tea at Mount Hart Station whilst learning the history of this operational station.
Traveling northbound, the mighty Mitchell Falls come into view. These spectacular series of four waterfalls run at varied intensities. You will then continue onto the Prince Regent River, The King Cascade Falls and Montgomery Reef.
Fly over the '8th Natural Wonder of the World' and witness astonishing rapid tidal movements unique to this region at the Horizontal Waterfalls.
Marvel at the hundreds of islands that make up the Buccaneer Archipelago including Cockatoo Island and Koolan Island.
Land at Australia’s oldest family owned and operated pearl farm at Cygnet Bay.
Take a guided pearl farm tour, learn the fascinating history of cultured pearling and the methods of cultivating these beautiful and sought after jewels.
Return to Broome via the coast flying over Pender Bay, Beagle Bay, Carnot Bay, James Price Point, Willie Creek and Cable Beach.
*The Horizontal Falls is a natural tidal phenomenon. We unfortunately cannot guarantee the amount or level of water flowing through the falls at any given time. We will however vary our schedule and flight path to suit optimum tidal movement as best we can.
*During the months from October to March, the tour will go via Derby as Mount Hart Station closes for the wet season.