Encounter two of the Kimberley’s greatest icons in one day — Purnululu (the Bungle Bungles) and Lake Argyle. Begin with a two hour scenic flight enjoying a bird’s eye view of the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungles, Lake Argyle (including the diamond mine) and the Ord River irrigation area. Take in the breathtaking scenery of the Carr Boyd Ranges, the Osmand Ranges, the Ord River and the Bow River.
The countryside of the eastern Kimberley is colourful and vast, so viewing it from the comfort of your air-conditioned, high wing aircraft allows for a truly unique perspective.
We’ll land back in Kununurra and board a coach to Lake Argyle, travelling through stunning eastern Kimberley scenery and stopping at the historic Durack Homestead Museum before saying ‘ahoy’ to our Captain and heading out on the water.
Get ready for some good times and tan lines as we cruise through ‘the Heads’, visiting an array of wildlife along the way. Sit back and relax as you learn the colourful history of Lake Argyle and its surrounding areas.
Finally pull up as the sun sets and the sky turns orange, we’ll raise our glasses to an unforgettable day in the eastern Kimberley with complimentary champagne, beer and nibbles.
The coach will drop you back to your Kununurra accommodation at around 7pm.
Includes: Complimentary afternoon tea with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Average Duration: Flight‑2.5 hours, Cruise‑6 hours
Note: The flight and cruise can be taken on separate days, please ask us for flight times.
Durack Homestead Museum is closed between October-May.
We specialise in observing wildlife, but due to the nature of wild animals it cannot be guaranteed you will see all that is described in our services.
Dress ‘Kimberley casual’ — shorts, t‑shirt and sandals. Don’t forget your hat, sunscreen, camera, towel and swimwear. If you are sensitive to the cold, bring a light jacket to wear while we are motoring. Warm clothing may be required from June to August