King Leopold Air

7 Gus Winckel Rd Boome International Airport Broome WA
Tours and Activities Air Tours and Services

Hours: 9am - 5pm 7 days. 24 hour booking service avail.

Fly the Kim­ber­ley with King Leopold Air & see the wild and remote attrac­tions of the Kim­ber­ley with Broome’s scenic pio­neers. With King Leopold Air, we’ll fly you there! From the World Her­itage list­ed Bun­gle Bun­gles to ancient gorges of Kar­i­ji­ni Nation­al Park or majes­tic Mitchell Falls, we’ve been fly­ing the skies of Aus­trali­a’s remote north­west for more than 25 years. Fly the Hor­i­zon­tal Falls, Cape Lev­eque, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, Geikie Gorge, Bun­gle Bun­gles, Mitchell Falls, Wind­jana Gorge, Tun­nel Creek, Mim­bi Caves and Kar­i­ji­ni Nation­al Park. The expe­ri­ences are end­less when you fly the Kim­ber­ley, with King Leopold Air, Broome’s Scenic Pioneers.

Fly the Kim­ber­ley with King Leopold Air expe­ri­enc­ing the unique advan­tage of scenic air adven­tures to see Aus­trali­a’s, and the world’s last great wilder­ness fron­tiers, the Kim­ber­ley, wild and remote in the North-west of West­ern Australia.

King Leopold Air first took to the Kim­ber­ley skies back in 1992 as a small char­ter com­pa­ny based on a pas­toral sta­tion close to its name­sake – the spec­tac­u­lar King Leopold Ranges. Today the com­pa­ny ben­e­fits from an exten­sive air­craft engi­neer­ing back­ground and has seen much expan­sion in both the com­mer­cial and leisure tourism sec­tors. King Leopold Air has its Head Office at Broome Inter­na­tion­al Air­port and oper­a­tional bases at Der­by and Cape Leveque.

Expe­ri­enced pilots are addi­tion­al­ly trained as tour guides in order to pro­vide a com­pre­hen­sive and infor­ma­tive insight into the stun­ning Kim­ber­ley landscape.

Book­ing office staff are hand picked for their local knowl­edge and are able to pro­vide valu­able assis­tance in itin­er­ary and tour plan­ning around the Kimberley.

We oper­ate the largest fleet of GA8 Air­van, Cess­na 182, 206, 207 and 210 air­craft in the West Kim­ber­ley, which are an ide­al air­craft for the Kim­ber­ley con­di­tions. These are usu­al­ly fit­ted with 5 pas­sen­ger seats and have a high wing design, which cre­ates greater sta­bil­i­ty and allows for opti­mum view­ing. These types of air­craft can also cov­er great dis­tances very quick­ly, mak­ing them ide­al for char­ters and tours into even the most remote and often inac­ces­si­ble Kim­ber­ley regions.

Each pas­sen­ger has a win­dow seat and a per­son­al head­set to lis­ten to the pilot’s com­men­tary. Pilots cir­cle land­marks of inter­est, so that pas­sen­gers max­imise pho­to opportunities.

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