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See some of Australia's most spectacular and inaccessible scenery from the best possible vantage point, the air, with Kalbarri Scenic Flights. View the Hutt Lagoon Pink Lake at Port Gregory with its unique pink hues, the spectacular Abrolhos Islands...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Fawcett-Broad Drive | Kalbarri Airport, Kalbarri, Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia 6536, Australia
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My husband and I have flown with this company and it was a fantastic experience. I was so scared of flying and nervous but they reassured me and encouraged me to enjoy the flight. So friendly ❤️Spectacular views!!! Omg it was worth it. Before the...More
We did the Grand tour back in September. It was such a lovely experience, and we learnt so much about the history behind the Batavia shipwreck, the pink lake looked beautiful. We were extremely pleased overall, and will recommend this tour to people.
I have been visiting Kalbarri for years but this was my first time on a scenic Flight. Kalbarri and the Abrolhos islands look amazing from above and it was very interesting learning about the Batavia shipwreck and Mutiny from our Pilot and tour guide Elyse....More
We did the half day Abrolhos tour with a pink lake inclusion. This tour was the highlight of all our extensive travels. Elyse was an excellent pilot and tour guide providing fascinating information along the way. Snorkelling was stunning, with amazing coral as part of...More
The Abrolhos Islands Discovery Tour was one of the best experiences. It’s such a stunning place, and has so much history behind it. The pilot, Elyse, was very knowledgeable and told us the Batavia Shipwreck story detailing every event. Snorkeling at Turtle Bay was amazing;...More
The highlight of our holiday in Kalbarri.
Perfect weather and a perfect flight to the beautiful Abrolhos islands.
Our Pilot Elyse was professional friendly and informative and we were provided with a delicious morning tea and tour.
A must do experience if holidaying in Kalbarri...More
It was a very nice and sunny day when we headed out to the Abrolhos Islands for the half day tour. We landed on East Wallabi Island where we went for a snorkel, and were provided with a fantastic morning tea. The pilot Elise gave...More
One of the scariest days of my life. We crashed landed and then overshot the runway. We were then stranded on the island. Management, when we managed to get hold of them, had no plans in place for emergencies and told us that we had...More
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KalbarriScenicFlight, Manager at Kalbarri Scenic Flights, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
For the record, so there is no doubt. For over a decade KALBARRI Scenic Flights has operated to the Abrolhos Islands making 100s upon 100s of landings carrying 1000s of passengers. During that time no aircraft has received any damage during passenger carrying operations. The...More
Hi Cori, my friends and I loved Kalbarri. It’s a very friendly little town. Wished we could have spent more time there. We did the Grand Air Tour with Kalbarri Air Charters. The scenery was amazing. I’m sure if you contacted... More
Hi Cori, my friends and I loved Kalbarri. It’s a very friendly little town. Wished we could have spent more time there. We did the Grand Air Tour with Kalbarri Air Charters. The scenery was amazing. I’m sure if you contacted them, or perhaps the Kalbarri Visitor Centre, they could arrange transport for you. Enjoy your time in WA. Regards, Kay
It's about an hour and a half - can't remember how much it was. I'd call ahead as it's a one man show and he might be away. Check the website for more info - or contact the Kalbarri Information Centre - they're great!