The Kimberley Aerial Highway is a series of runways across WA’s Kimberley region and opens up one of Australia’s most remote, unique and truly extraordinary regions.
The network of landing strips allows you access to incredible accommodation, ground tours and attractions and aerial views.
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.
Departing Broome and Kununurra, the following airstrips provide access to the key attractions and accommodation of the Kimberley Aerial Highway:
At most locations, ground transport is required to access the attractions and accommodation as the majority of airstrips are located some distance away. Ground transport/transfers are included in tour itineraries or through accommodation operators.
For outback scenery and Aboriginal culture, Mitchell River National Park in the rugged Kimberley region, is among the best in Australia. Read more....
The Prince Regent River rises 50 kilometres from the coast at an elevation of about 800 metres and drops through a rugged gorge. At the head of the River lies a broad plateau averaging over 700 metres above sea level. Read More....
A visit to the Tunnel Creek National Park is a truly unique experience that you must include on your Kimberley itinerary. It is close to Windjana Gorge, allowing you to see both landmarks in one day. Read More....
The magnificent Horizontal Waterfalls at Talbot Bay in the Buccaneer Archipelago is created by massive tidal movements, among the biggest in the world. Read More....
The fishing, snorkelling and diving are out of this world at the remote and pristine Rowley Shoals Islands north of Broome.Read More....
The rugged ranges and coastline of the eastern North West region is one of the world's last true wilderness areas. View More
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