Bungle Bungle Day Trip from Broome – Fly, 4WD, Walk

Broome, Western Australia

Experience the best of what the West Kimberley has to offer in one day. So famous is Australia’s Bungle Bungle range, they hardly need an introduction, but suffice to say there is no better way to see them. Discover the natural beauty of the Bungle Bungle Range as you explore West Kimberley in a small airplane on a full-day tour from Broome. Fly to Purnululu National Park and land there to see the Beehive Domes and Cathedral Gorge up close. You’ll also pass over vast plains, Halls Creek, and the Windjana Gorge on a tour that includes breakfast and lunch, flights and ground transfers, and hotel pickup and drop-off.

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Stop At: Broome, Broome, Kimberley Region, Western Australia

You will be driven straight to Broome Aviation’s very own air-conditioned departure lounge located at the Broome International Airport where you will be greeted with breakfast, coffee, tea and fresh juice.

Whilst enjoying breakfast, your specialised pilot will guide you through the comprehensive safety video and give you a short briefing on your flight before you board the aircraft for your full day Bungle Bungle Fly Drive tour.

Departing Broome you head over the township of Broome passing Chinatown, Roebuck Bay and surrounds. The flight path takes you over Malcolm Douglas Crocodile farm and the Broome Road before heading towards the open landscape of the Kimberley.

The flight wings east to the historical town of Halls Creek flying past the millions of hectares of station land rich in Aboriginal Heritage. Your pilot will entertain you with stories and history of the area before reaching the township of Fitzroy Crossing. As you fly over Fitzroy Crossing you will be entertained with information about this small Aboriginal Township. Once past Fitzroy Crossing you then touch down at Halls Creek for a short fuel stop and time to stretch your legs.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Halls Creek, Halls Creek, Kimberley Region, Western Australia

Halls Creek is a busy service town for surrounding pastoralists, Aboriginal Communities and travellers exploring the North of Western Australia. Situated in the heart of the Kimberley, Halls Creek is the gateway to a range of world renowned natural attractions, including the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungle ranges of Purnululu National Park. Located on the edge of the Great Sandy and Tanami Desert, three hundred and sixty two kilometres South of Kununurra, one thousand two hundred and eighty eight kilometres South West of Darwin and two thousand eight hundred and seventy three kilometres North East of Perth. Halls Creek offers a genuine insight into the spectacular Australian outback.
After a short break you take back to the skies to explore the rich Aboriginal and European history and culture of the lands below before touching down at the World Heritage Listed Purnululu National Park containing the Bungle Bungle Ranges.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Purnululu National Park, Purnululu National Park, Kimberley Region, Western Australia

Arriving at the Bungle Bungle you will experience one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders. Here, you are greeted by Bungle Bungle Guided Tours. You will be in the safe hands of their professional tour guides and transferred to the Bungle Bungles in one of their modern air-conditioned 4WD vehicles. Here you can marvel and experience Piccaninny Gorge and weave a three kilometre path through the sandstone ‘bee-hive’ domes by foot.
Enjoy a picnic lunch in the magnificent amphitheatre of Cathedral Gorge. Sit back, relax and share tales of your adventure before you are returned to Purnululu National Park airstrip.

Duration: 6 hours

Stop At: Broome, Broome, Kimberley Region, Western Australia

Departing from the Bungle Bungle you can view the famous Horseshoe Valley and the Coalition Range from a unique aerial perspective. On the return flight view the King Leopold Range. The King Leopold Ranges extend for three hundred kilometres from Walcott Inlet, in the West to roughly one hundred kilometres from Halls Creek in the East. The ranges consist of long, rugged, spinifex-covered ridges and escarpments. Mount Ord at nine hundred and forty seven metres above sea level and Mount Broome at nine hundred and thirty five metres are the highest peaks in the range.
On arrival into Broome you are welcomed back to Broome Aviation’s departure lounge where your Pilot will award you with a free souvenir and extra information about the tour before you are transferred back to your hotel.

Duration: 3 hours


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