Scenic Flight From Kalbarri To Abrolhos Island

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Highlights & inclusions

A 5-hour scenic flight departing from Kalbarri
View the 400 million-year-old Coastal Cliffs
Land on and explore the East Wallabi Island
Enjoy a short walk to Turtle Bay
Snorkel on beautiful coral & turquoise bays
Fly over the historical Batavia shipwreck

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Sun, Apr 14, 2024

What you can expect

Take to the skies for a 5 hour tour of the WA Coastline to view the Abrolhos Islands from the air PLUS enjoy a snorkeling experience and guided nature walk at East Wallabi Island! Meet at Kalbarri Airport for a morning exploring the 122 chains of islands that make up the Abrolhos Islands from the air. See incredible coral reefs and fly beside the red sedimentary rocks of ancient coastal cliffs surrounding Gantheume Bay before landing at East Wallabi Island. Upon arrival at the island, enjoy a short nature walk to Turtle Bay to spend the morning snorkeling and swimming in the protected coral reefs. See limestone cave formations, birdlife, marine life and neighbouring islands before returning to the plane for another breathtaking flight over the Abrolhos Island back to Kalbarri. There is no better way to discover the beauty of the Abrolhos Islands then on this tour that takes in the sights from both the land and air. Reserve your spot on this tour online here!

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Inclusions
  • Enjoy a 5-hour scenic flight departing from Kalbarri to the Abrolhos Islands
  • Enroute view the 400 million-year-old Coastal Cliffs, which were once a part of an ancient coral reef system of the Indian Ocean
  • Continue on to the Abrolhos Islands which are located approximately 65 kilometers off the west coast of Australia
  • Land on East Wallabi Island, known for its beautiful coral and turquoise bays filled with incredible marine life and spectacular coral gardens
  • Enjoy a short walk to Turtle Bay where you will spend the morning swimming and snorkeling in the protected waters of the coral reef
  • Indulge in a delicious morning tea with tea or coffee included
  • Wonder the Island and discover the abundant birdlife, neighboring islands, and limestone cave formations on a nature walk
  • Return to Kalbarri flying over the breathtaking Abrolhos Islands coral atolls and the site of the historical Batavia shipwreck
Exclusions
  • Hotel transfers
Time
  • Departing daily at 8am
Duration
  • Aproximately 5 hours
Location
  • Fawcett Broad Dr, Kalbarri WA
  • Kalbarri Airport
What To Bring
  • Camera
  • Swimmers
  • Sun protection, including sunscreen and sunglasses
  • Small backpack with a towel, swimmers and water
Additional Information
  • Children must be under 38kg to qualify for a Child ticket
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at the time of booking
  • Upon completion of the purchase, please print the voucher and present on the day of the experience
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher

Recent reviews

51 review
5

Out of this world experience. Loved every single second.

I have seen many reefs in my time have even stayed out on the famous Great Barrier Reef but the reefs out in the Abrolhos islands are out of this world. We had the best tour guide/pilot told us all the history of the area, provided a fantastic brunch, great flight over and back. Saw lots of sea life, the coral was so vibrant and untouched. The experience is so cheap for what you get, highly recommended if your heading up to Kalbarri way this experience is an absolute must.

Sakara Geeves over 2 years ago

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