Queensland & Western Australia - A Private Luxury Air Safari

This 8-day luxurious private jet journey will showcase some of the most spectacular landscapes in Australia, from the ancient gorges of Adels Grove to the rugged and dramatic Kimberley region and the tropical oasis of Ningaloo Reef.

Journey Overview

This 8-day luxurious private jet journey will showcase some of the most spectacular landscapes in Australia, from the ancient gorges of Adels Grove to the rugged and dramatic Kimberley region and the tropical oasis of Ningaloo Reef. Experience the spectacular panoramas from every angle, with exhilarating flights over Broome’s iconic Horizontal Falls, bracing guided hikes through breathtaking Emma Gorge and even an underwater exploration of world famous Ningaloo Reef, getting up close to Western Australia’s resident gentle giants. With stays under the stars and in some of Australia’s most resplendent resorts, this journey perfectly pairs intrepid explorations with indulgent luxury.

Journey Highlights

  • Intimate group size of no more than 8 guests
  • Discover spectacular Boodjamulla Lawn Hill
  • Experience the Kimberley; the Last Frontier of Australia, hiking, swimming and cruising among the ancient landscapes
  • Relish a stay at Cable Beach Resort and its idyllic expansive beaches
  • Explore the Horizontal Falls with an exhilarating boat and seaplane experience, including a water landing
  • Stay at the exclusive beach safari camp, Sal Salis and swim with the biggest shark in the world at Ningaloo Reef
  • Explore the second largest National Park in Western Australia - the Hamersley Ranges
  • Be mesmerised at the sheer size of Tom Price mine

Journey Itinerary

Day 1 : Cairns – Adels Grove

Depart Cairns by private jet to Adels Grove, a 30-hectare expanse of natural beauty, nearby to famed Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park and the World Heritage Riversleigh Fossil fields.

Embark on a guided exploration of the National Park, learning more about the unique flora and fauna of the area. Tuck in to morning tea before joining a cruise through the breathtaking Lawn Hill Gorge along the tranquil Lawn Hill Creek. The Gorge is arguably the most photographed section of Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park.

After a sausage sizzle lunch, find out why David Attenborough is said “Riversleigh is one of the four most important fossil deposits in the world”. The richest fossil mammal site in the world, take a deep dive into the history of the area and admire these ancient icons with your experienced guide. Savour afternoon tea by the beautiful Gregory River. Before dinner take a short to Harry’s Hill learning more about local landmarks, flora and fauna and history of the area. Finish the day with an outback sundowner, drinking in the breathtaking landscapes. 
Adels Grove Camping Park (Ensuite Cabin) | Meals: LD

Day 2: Adels Grove – Emma Gorge

After breakfast take to the skies, travelling to Kununurra and transferring by road to Emma Gorge Resort, where the remainder of the day is at leisure. With the stunning beauty of Emma Gorge on your doorstep, immerse yourself in the flora, fauna and landscape of the Kimberley.
Emma Gorge Resort (Deluxe Tented Cabin)| Meals: BD

Day 3: Emma Gorge

Start the day with an exhilarating guided exploration of Emma Gorge, renowned as one of the most spectacular gorges of The Kimberley.  At the end be rewarded with a swim in the waterhole at the base of a towering 65 metre chasm graced by a droplet waterfall. After morning tea, visit Zebedee Thermal Springs - a short walk into a natural oasis through tropical vegetation where rock thermal pools await. Return to the resort for lunch and this afternoon, cruise the Chamberlain Gorge, the fresh waterhole bound by the Kimberley’s diverse flora and fauna and eclipsed by a towering escarpment. While taking in the breathtaking scenery you’ll enjoy sparkling wine and fresh fruit from the local Ord valley. Ask your Ranger about the cheeky, spitting Archer fish and large, swirling Barramundi who’ll be sure to swim near the boat.
Emma Gorge Resort (Deluxe Tented Cabin) | Meals: BLD

Day 4: Emma Gorge - Broome

This morning transfer by road to Kununurra before boarding your private jet bound for the historic pearling town of Broome. Arrive to a warm Kimberley welcome, joining your guide on a town tour. From ancient rocky outcrops, rugged landscapes and spectacular coastline, be awestruck by the stunning diversity and ancient history of the area. Hear fascinating stories of Broome’s colourful heritage that have shaped it into the rich, multi-cultural community it is today. Explore historical sites, understand the cultural significance of landmarks and discover natural wonders. The last stop of the tour is Pearl Luggers for a Pearling Master’s high tea and a historical tour. Travel back in time and uncover the pearling history, returning to an era of courageous men who lived a life of danger, fortune and adventure.

Later, cruise the pristine waters of Roebuck Bay and Gantheaume Point, the traditional country of Yawuru people, aboard your very own 42 ft catamaran. Let Bart Pigram, a local Indigenous man draw on his knowledge and entertain you with rich cultural stories, history and family traditions.

Be immersed in the traditional sounds of the Yawuru people with Bart’s live music, enjoying delicious canapés as you soak up a stunning Broome sunset. Afterwards, settle into your luxury base at the award-winning Cable Beach Club.
Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa (Pool Terrace) | Meals: B

Day 5: Broome

Early this morning hop aboard a jet seaplane for an exhilarating flight from Broome to the iconic Horizontal Falls, landing with a graceful splash in in Talbot Bay.

Take a minute to catch your breath before an exciting jetboat ride through the Horizontal Falls with a highly experienced skipper. Then sit back and relax as you cruise through the spectacular untouched bays and creeks enjoying breakfast with your eyes peeled for crocodiles and a kaleidoscope of local fish, partaking in a caged swimming adventure if you’re feeling brave!

Later, have your camera ready as you take off from Talbot Bay, flying low across the Buccaneer Archipelago, Cape Leveque, Lombadina, Beagle Bay, Willie Creek Pearl Farm, Cable Beach and Broome, returning to your resort for an afternoon at leisure. 
Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa (Pool Terrace) | Meals: BD

Day 6: Broome – Ningaloo Reef

After breakfast transfer to Broome Airport for your private jet flight to Exmouth. On arrival travel to your luxury base Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef, a safari camp overlooking a spectacular beach.

Enjoy an early morning swim in Ningaloo's crystal-clear waters. During the day, explore Ningaloo Reef, home to over 500 species of colourful fish and 250 coral species.

As the sun sets at Sal Salis, the true wonder of the incredible night sky emerges. Sal Salis is located in a designated Dark Sky area, where uninterrupted views of the night sky and Milky Way are a spectacle to behold. With camp lighting kept to a minimum, you can take in the beautiful and vast starlit skies in all their glory as you dine on heavenly food from the deck of the main lodge.
Sal Salis (Wilderness Tent) | Meals: BD

Day 7: Ningaloo Reef

Explore the reef which is home to a dizzying array of sea life. Each year between mid-March and July the majestic whale sharks migrate past Ningaloo Reef. Today snorkel with these slow-moving, gentle giants, an experience of a lifetime. During the day your crew will keep an eye out for turtles, dolphins, dugongs, rays and sea birds and there is usually time for a snorkel at the back of the reef. A delicious lunch featuring fresh Western Australian produce will sustain you on your day of adventure. After a day of snorkelling and diving, return to your beach safari haven for the evening at leisure.
Sal Salis (Wilderness Tent) | Meals: BLD 

Day 8: Ningaloo Reef - Karijini National Park

Today board your private jet for a journey to Paraburdoo, a town in the iconic Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Upon arrival, enjoy a freshen up at Mt Bruce followed by a short hike to Marandoo Lookout and an immersion into the history of the iron ore industry for which the area is known. After lunch is an exploration into more natural wonders, descending on foot to Fern Pool and Fortescue Falls, perfect for a swim and taking some time to relax in the atmospheric beauty. Later, travel to the Karijini Eco Retreat through the centre of Karijini National Park, arriving in time for the outback sunset and a memorable sundowner before settling in at your spectacular eco retreat.
Karijini Eco Retreat (Deluxe Eco Tent) | Meals: BLD

Day 9: Karijini National Park - Perth

After a leisurely breakfast, depart for Junction Pool, a natural vista where the immense Hancock & Weano Gorges meet, drinking in the natural wonders of West Karijini. Head into town for a tour of Tom Price, and a behind the scenes tour of one of the world’s largest open-cut mines. Visit the pit lookout for panoramic views over the mine site (bring your camera!) and gain unique guided insight into this monumental operation. As your tour ends, so does your unforgettable adventure and you will return to the airport for your short flight to Perth.
Meals: B

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Preferred Accommodation

This journey features the following Preferred Accommodations:

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Journey Dates & Prices

As this suggested itinerary can be personalised to your specific requirements, it is not available for online booking.

Depending on your preferred dates and arrangements, final pricing will vary from low season to peak season travel.

Please call A&K on 1300 851 800 or send us a booking enquiry to book this journey.

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