King Sound | Horizontal Falls | Buccaneer Archipelago | Cockatoo Island | Ardyaloon Trochus Hatchery & Aquaculture Centre | Cape Leveque | Dampier Peninsula
Duration: Half Day Tour (approx. 6 hours)
Flight Time: 3.0 hours
Departure: Available Daily
What to Bring: Swimwear, Towel, Hat, Sunscreen, Sunglasses, Camera
Coastal return flight over the stunning red cliffs at Cape Leveque
Ardyaloon & Trochus Hatchery
Morning Tea, visit to Ardyaloon Trochus Hatchery and a swim at beautiful Jologo Beach.
Cockatoo & Koolan Islands
Koolan and Cockatoo Island, home to the world's richest iron ore deposits.
Home to 1,000 islands made of Precambrian sandstone over 2 billion years old.
Described by David Attenborough as the 8th Natural Wonder of the World.
- Departing Broome we track across the Dampier Peninsula and overhead King Sound, home to Australia's largest tides and amongst the highest in the world.
- Overfly the Horizontal Waterfalls described by Sir David Attenborough as ‘the 8th Natural Wonder of the World.’
- Fly across the stunning Buccaneer Archipelago, home to 1,000 islands made of Precambrian sandstone over 2 billion years old.
- Fly overhead Koolan and Cockatoo Island, home to the world's richest iron ore deposits.
- Landing at the Ardyaloon (One Arm Point) community, enjoy a refreshing swim at the beautiful Jologo Beach.
- Visit the Ardyaloon Trochus Hatchery and Aquaculture Centre for lunch and a guided tour with an experienced local guide. Enjoy a fascinating and educational tour of the Hatchery which contains a diverse range of fish, coral, and crustacean species whilst learning about the Bardi-Jawi people’s strong connection to their saltwater traditions and get up close and personal with some of the fish and coral species most prevalent in the area.
- Coastal return flight overhead the stunning red cliffs at Cape Leveque, then southbound along the beautiful bays and beaches of the Dampier Peninsula with views of Beagle Bay, James Price Point, Willie Creek Pearl Farm and Broome's world-famous Cable Beach.
*The Horizontal Waterfalls is a natural phenomenon which is tide dependant with variable flow. Whilst we do our very best to arrive at a time of optimum flow, we cannot guarantee the amount or level of water flowing through the Horizontal Waterfalls at any given time. Please note, should for any reason the Ardyaloon Community close, the hatchery will be replaced with a visit to Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm.