We depart Kununurra by plane and track west towards El Questro Station on the Pentecost River, the spectacular Cockburn Ranges in full view, and Home Valley Station.We fly across the amazing Kimberley Plateau to the Mitchell falls and then onto the coast pearl farms of Vansittart Bay, the historic WWII Truscott airbase, and miles of exotic and pristine coastline. We arrive at the remote settlement of Kalumburu, where you are met by your local guide who will take you into the heart and soul of his country, incredible rock art and the coast for spear fishing and oysters if the tide is out , look for bush tucker , it is a great day , we then go to the recent history of the WW11 plane wrecks and the mission museum , and the Kirri Kirra Art Gallery , and have a gorgeous picnic lunch under the trees before we take off to continue an amazing low flight in around the coast, check out Dugongs, sharks, crocodiles and more .… This is an extra ordinary day, not to be missed. We depart Kalumburu for the remote Timor Sea coast, overflying Faraway Bay, the spectacular King George Falls, Berkeley River, and the mighty Cambridge Gulf. At the mouth of the Ord River we track east following its meandering path and tidal floodplains where saltwater crocodiles are often seen soaking in the midday sun, Roof Top Hill, the recognizable backdrop to Baz Luhman’s “Australia” movie. The Ord River Irrigation Area and its expanding farmland of Ord Stage 2 will then be revealed as we set course for the green and vibrant town site of Kununurra. This is a fantastic experience, with an interface with a remote community that very few people ever encounter, come and join us as we travel the extraordinary remote Kimberley coast.