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10 Days



Australia’s spectacular Luxury Helicopter Safari

Arrive in Darwin where you will begin the ULTIMATE awe inspiring HELICOPTER SAFARI….You will travel to destinations inaccessible by vehicle, vessel or plane.

Experiences include:

Explore the Wild Tour out of Darwin, the ultimate outback adventure keep and eye out for the Outback Wrangler, Matt Wright. This Aussie outback experience includes Airboats, cruise of the rainforest wetlands, Breakfast or lunch at The Top End Safari Camp, Guided tour of wetlands where you will see crocodiles, waterbirds and plenty of native flora and fauna.

Guided tours of ancient landscapes and rock art in the Kimberley region. Heli-Fishing from Home Valley Station. Gorge cruises at Chamberlain Gorge, visit a WWII plane wreck and much more…


Optional Extras:

Add an extra 2 nights at the Famous Outback Station “Bullo River Station

A working Cattle Station and Homestead covering 500,000 acres of the Northern Territory. Experience outback luxury…. POA


Day 1 :

Welcome to Darwin. Depending on your arrival time into Darwin the day is free to have a look around town or enjoy a long lunch in one of Darwins many bars and restaurants

Stay | Darwin Mantra on the Esplanade

Today’s flight has a bit of everything in it and is a great way to begin from wetlands, Coastal beaches and stunning red cliffs, wild brumbies, buffalo and the start of some amazing rock formations before landing for Lunch.

After lunch back on Board and continue west. This afternoons’ flight will take us over the famous Ord River, Wyndham and the stunning Cockburn range before arriving at Home Valley Station for the next 2 nights.

Dinner and drinks at the Dusty Bar and Grill with some live music.

Fish and explore the surrounding rivers including Pentecost, Durack, Salmon.
Fly to El Questro for lunch
After Lunch enjoy another amazing flight over the Valley of the Giants and the Cockburn Range
*Option to join in a 1/2 or full day guided tour from El Questro (Cost Extra)

Stunning morning flight today, enjoying the amazing colours of the Kimberley. Fly over the Berkeley River, King George Falls & the stunning Northern Coastline of The Kimberley. Our lunch spot today will be one you will never forget..
Once we arrive at Kimberley Coastal Camp experience a guided walk to the rock art (well worth seeing) or just relax around the camp or have a swim and help yourself to unlimited bar.

Out on the boats today with some great fishing, trolling for a mackerel or GT. Enjoy beautiful fresh cooked Finger mark on the beach for lunch.
Kimberley Coastal Camp is truly an amazing place you will experience this remote majestic part of the Kimberley with owners Tub & Jules. The camp is nestled on the pristine shores of the Admiralty Gulf in the heart of the Kimberley. You won’t want to leave….

Today will be another unforgettable flying day, some of the highlights include Donkins Falls & Roe River.
Flying the North west Coast with all it's stunning burnt orange and turquoise colours.

Drysdale is a great spot to stop overnight and have a few drinks in the beer garden. Drysdale Station is an operating inland cattle station...Good comfy beds and friendly outback service.

Stay | Drysdale River Station

Another special morning of flying today as we leave Drysdale and head for The Prince Regent River, King Cascade Falls, Walcott Inlet, Talbot Bay and mile after Mile of more amazing Kimberley Coastline and depending on the time of year even some whales before we arrive at Horizontal Falls for the next 24 hours.
Once we check in to our boat Accom we will be off to explore Talbot Bay, some of the activities today will be a fast boat ride thru the Horizontal Falls, shark feeding, fishing, swimming plus more...
Return to our Accommodation for a drink on the rooftop bar and some star gazing into the clear night sky of The Kimberley

Enjoy an inland flight before landing at Lake Argyle for Lunch.
Experience the Lake for the sunset cruise for the afternoon on board the Kimberley Durack, the cruise is full of information about the Dam and you can even jump in for a swim and enjoy a beer or wine while floating on a pool noodle. The Lake has over 30,000 fresh water crocodiles that call it home

Day 9 :

Departing from Argyle head North for your last day of flying back to Darwin. More stunning waterfalls, wild brumbies, crocodiles & buffalo before arriving at Top End Safari Camp operated by Matt Wright (Monster Croc Wrangler) for lunch and tour..

The tour includes a tasty Lunch at the Top End Safari Camp. Air boat tour of the Rainforest getting up close and personal with some saltwater Crocs and many other varieties of wildlife and a few fast laps of the wetlands on board the 500 hp air boat, a great way to finish off the Safari

After the tour if time permits we will have one last stop at Crab Claw Island for a drink on the verandah looking over Bynoe Harbour. Before heading into Darwin for the night.

Dinner tonight is our last dinner where we I’m sure we will swap some amazing pics, argue who got the biggest fish and talk about the amazing memories that you now have of The Kimberley, maybe even start planning your next Compass Helicopters Safari somewhere else in Australia

Accommodation: Darwin

Day 10 :
Head Home

Thanks for experiencing another great Compass Helicopter Safari..


Flying the from Darwin and the West Australian Coast by luxury Helicopter

  • Waterfalls
  • Gorges
  • Australian Wildlife
  • Crocodiles
  • Great Food
  • Awesome desinations
  • Luxury Helicopter Transport

Price Starts from $16,990 pp twin share (single supplement applies)

What clothing do I need to pack?

A. Pack casual and comfortable clothing. Compass Helicopter Safaris can involve a lot of walking over uneven ground please bring comfortable closed in walking shoes. Casual light weight clothing for every day. Bring your swimmers. Pack a light weight water resistant jacket, long pants for night time (for insect protection in some areas), a long sleeved thermal top is handy for cool changes in weather. Swimwear and a sun shirt or rash shirt and hat.

Q. Can I make telephone calls?

A. We have a satellite phone for emergencies and to contact our office each day. Depending on the Safari you are on your itinerary will have phone range and access to phones noted for each destination.

Q. How much luggage can I take?

A. On most Safaris we ask that you bring a soft carry on size bag that weighs no more than 7 kilograms Including handbags, cameras etc

From $ 16,984
/ Adult


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