The Kimberley Aerial Highway is a network of airstrips located at remote communities, homesteads, national parks and other places of interest that facilitate air access throughout the Kimberley.
There are over 20 air strips servicing remote locations in the Kimberley, with around seven featuring regularly on the itineraries of tour companies. The majority of tours fly visitors over key attractions rather than land at them.
The Kimberley Aerial Highway offers a unique opportunity to visitors by viewing the vast North West and all its attractions from above. There are various local Scenic Flight operators who contain impressive knowledge of the area. This also means that visitors can access places few people have ever laid foot on. Imagine exploring the waterfalls of the Mitchell Plateau, the thousand islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago or the breathtaking Horizontal Falls all in one trip!
The Kimberley Aerial Highway is part of the Kimberley Science and Conservation Strategy which is proudly supported by the Western Australian State Government’s Royalties for Regions Program.Visit Website
Adventure, Nature based, Outback