Kimberley Coast & NT Luxury Helicopter Safari

Days 8 Nights

Leaving From Kununurra

Price $34,950 pp - Twin Share - Fully Inclusive

This Luxury Kimberley Helicopter Safari is an unforgettable eight-day and eight-night private helicopter safari exploring the stunning Top End wilderness in true style.

Enjoy views of the huge expanse of extraordinary landscapes from the comfort of your own private helicopter. Land on a mountain pinnacle to watch the sunset over your favourite cold drink, fish in wild rivers, view galleries of the oldest rock art on earth, soar through gorges and touch down to swim in secret springs and waterfalls.

Your accommodation is in the region’s best luxury lodges and coastal wilderness retreats: Bullo River Station in the Northern Territory, Kimberley Coastal Camp and El Questro Homestead. All three are unique lodges in exquisite locations offering diverse wilderness experiences. Freshwater East Kimberley Apartments located in Kununurra is our pre-tour accommodation.

This safari truly is the most incredible way to experience the Kimberley and the Northern Territory.


This itinerary can be modified to suit your travel needs.  Call HeliSpirit on 1800 180 085 or ENQUIRE HERE.

Enquire & Book
  • Private helicopter & experienced pilot
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Bullo River Station for two nights
  • Kimberley Coastal Camp for two nights
  • El Questro Homestead for three nights
  • Pre-tour accommodation at Freshwater East Kimberley Apartments
  • Land at remote waterfalls
  • Bungle Bungle Private Guided Tour
  • All airport and hotel transfers from Kununurra
  • All accommodation
  • All meals and snacks on safari (except pre and post tour)
  • Meet and greet with the pilot pre tour
  • All beverages on safari (except premium wine selections)
  • Complimentary quality leather and canvas travel bag
  • Price is per person (twin share), single supplement price is available on request
  • Minimum of 2 people required to confirm
  • Available mid April to end of September
  • 20% deposit is due at the time of booking, full payment due 60 days prior to departure
  • Maximum 10kg luggage restriction per person

We recommend you bring:

  • Camera, spare batteries and memory cards
  • Good waterproof walking shoes
  • Light cotton clothing
  • Hat, sunglasses and sun protection
  • Swimwear and towel
  • Small torch
  • Comfortable casual clothing
  • Small backpack to carry with you during the day

Itinerary Details

Pre-Tour - Arrive in Kununurra

A representative of Freshwater East Kimberley Apartments will greet you at the Kununurra airport and transfer you to your accommodation. Check-in and then relax around the gorgeous lagoon style pool or explore our lovely town of Kununurra. In the afternoon meet your safari pilot to get acquainted over sunset drinks, this gives you a great opportunity to ask them any questions you may have about the adventure you will embark on the following day.

Overnight: Freshwater East Kimberley Apartments – Deluxe One Bedroom Apartment

Day 1 - Kununurra to Bullo River Station

Lift off from Kununurra at 8:00am to soar over the Ord River Irrigation Area past the huge farms of the Ord Irrigation area. Fly low across the border into the NT, past the Keep River National Park, landing at a swimming hole for a swim and morning tea, winding your watch forward 90 minutes.

Arrive at Bullo River Station in time for lunch and meet your hosts who will help you choose your activities for the afternoon.

Inspired by the landscape, the station has 12 guest rooms that are styled to provide an inviting sanctuary, perfect after a day on the station. Each room opens out onto the shady lawns and is cool and comfortable, with king or twin beds, air-conditioning and a modern ensuite. Rooms are serviced daily.

There is a comfortable communal area, where guests can help themselves to freshly baked goodies, enjoy a drink with fellow travelers or fill their water bottle for the day ahead. Laze by the pool, in a hammock amongst the palm trees, or in air-conditioned comfort.

All meals and tours included – Reserve list wine, are at your own expense

Overnight: Bullo River Station

Day 2 - Bullo River

Today is yours to enjoy as you wish.

The station has a 4,000-strong herd of Brahman-cross cattle, spread across half a million acres, and managing them is included in the list of daily tasks to do. You can get out on the station in a 4WD, all-terrain vehicle or on horseback.

Activities include bore checks, lick runs and cattle yard work. There are poddy calves to be fed and muster training to do. Or just decide to take a farm tour to learn about everything they do. When two feet is your best way to explore, well-trodden trails by cattle or wallabies will take you to billabongs, water holes and river pools where you can watch (and listen) to the wildlife. Take in the breathtaking views as you traverse along the gorges & ridgelines.

The iconic Bullo River Station homestead is situated on the convergence of the Victoria and Bullo Rivers. The generous and comfortable rooms, tasty wholesome meals and cold drinks at the end of the day will revive you after spending a day enjoying the station’s activities. Breakfast is served outside on the verandah. Lunch can be a picnic basket filled with goodies to enjoy by a waterhole. Dinner is best enjoyed under the stars in the light of a campfire with new friends.

All meals and tours included – Reserve list wine, are at your own expense
Overnight: Bullo River Station

Day 3 - Bullo River to Kimberley Coastal Camp

We lift off after breakfast with the day’s delicious picnic on board. Today’s flight takes in the huge rivers and coastal properties of the top end. The incredible patterns in the mud flats surrounding the town of Wyndham where 5 huge rivers meet, emptying into the Cambridge Gulf where some of the Kimberley’s biggest estuarine crocodiles live. Crossing the Gulf we pass over ancient traditional lands of the Balangarra people. Flying onwards, the ranges rise ahead with the watercourses of the De Lan Court and Berkeley Rivers beneath us. We land at a scenic location to enjoy refreshments in a place where few others have ever been before.

We land atop the twin waterfalls of the King George Falls to explore and picnic before rounding the top of Western Australia and flying past Steep Head Island, we come into land on the shell beach at our destination for the next two nights, Kimberley Coastal Camp.

Kimberley Coastal Camp is an exclusive retreat, a place for the heart and soul, limiting guests to just 12. Kimberley Coastal Camp is unpretentious, laid back and set in an exquisite location. The fresh seafood is truly amazing and the fishing, wildlife and rock art will take your breath away. The cabins are set apart so are private. The showers and toilets are shared, set into the rocks a short way from the cabins. They are open to the vast Kimberley sky.

All meals and selected tours are included – reserve list wine and drinks are an additional cost.
Overnight: Kimberley Coastal Camp

Day 4 - Kimberley Coastal Camp

This is a no-fly day where you can choose your wilderness experience. Spend your day fishing for the fabled Barramundi and dozens of other tropical species in the pristine azure waters the area is famous for. Explore this ancient land on foot, or by boat and experience the local birds, wildlife, bush tucker, ancient rock art and bush medicines first hand. You may prefer to take it easy on the boat, cruising and picnicking on deserted islands fringed by Boab trees, or sipping a cool drink from the day bed. The choices are yours.

All meals and tours included – Reserve list wine, are at your own expense
Overnight: Kimberley Coastal Camp

Day 5 - Kimberley Coastal Camp to El Questro

Today’s adventure will take you along the coast first and then inland. Departing after early breakfast we fly over the Mitchell Plateau to orbit over and land at the top of the mighty 4-tiered Mitchell Falls. Your pilot will guide you on a walk to get the best of this iconic Australian feature. When ready we fly to the coast and may land at Naturaliste Island, to refuel if necessary, where we may see turtles. We continue through Prince Frederick Harbour, a natural harbour with bays, coves, spectacular cliffs and mangrove forests. We land at Careening Bay, the sandy cove where Phillip Parker King beached his vessel, the Mermaid and the boat’s carpenter carved the inscription; HMC Mermaid 1820 on the famous “Mermaid Tree”. That famous boab tree is now 12 metres wide and is National Heritage listed.

View the King Cascades flowing into the Prince Regent River, Mt Trafalgar, Mt Waterloo and much more. Your helicopter allows you the flexibility to land and explore as you wish. We continue over rugged inland pastoral leases to Drysdale River Station, a remote fuel and accommodation stop on the Kalumburu Road. Our last leg for the day takes us over the central Kimberley, flying over parts of the Gibb River Road, Home Valley Station and the famous Pentecost River Crossing.

The glow of the afternoon sun on the red rocks of the Cockburn Range makes a stunning backdrop to our sunset drinks location on top of one of the pinnacles. On sunset we fly to El Questro landing on the lawn helipad at the Homestead, the secret holiday hideaway of many famous guests including Elton John, Kylie Minogue and Nicole Kidman.

Over 1 million acres in size, El Questro extends for approximately 80 kilometres, most of which has never been explored. El Questro Homestead, sits amid a cool oasis shaded by palm trees and tropical greenery, perched atop an escarpment that plummets into the Chamberlain River. El Questro Homestead has become a by-word for absolute luxury within the Australian wilds.

All meals and selected tours are included – reserve list wine and drinks are an additional cost.
Overnight: El Questro Homestead Garden Room

Day 6 & 7 - El Questro

El Questro tours and activities form an integral part of every visit to this stunning wilderness destination. A wide range of complimentary excursions are included that provide opportunities to fully immerse yourself in the natural attractions. The majority are exclusive to Homestead guests, facilitating engagement between the small group and their guide. El Questro’s enthusiastic rangers are adept at personalising your experience to your individual tastes.

All meals and selected tours are included – reserve list wine and drinks are an additional cost.
Overnight: El Questro Homestead Garden Room

Day 8 - El Questro, Bungle Bungle & Kununurra

Lift off from the El Questro Station helipad after breakfast to soar out over the Chamberlain River and fly south passing over the Elgee cliffs bordering the Durack River. Explore vast tracts of cattle station empires and marvel at the tenacity of our early pioneers in settling this rugged land. We pass over the traditional lands of the Kija and Djaru people and their community at Warmun, where many of our famous Aboriginal artists such as Rover Thomas and Queenie McKenzie lived and worked.

Our destination is Purnululu National Park, a World Heritage Listed area, celebrated for the valuable cultural and natural assets it holds including the Bungle Bungle Range, a 350million year old sandstone massif that rises up to 578 metres above sea level. The range stands 200 to 300 metres above a woodland and grass-covered plain, with steep cliffs on the western face. Elsewhere, particularly where Piccaninny Creek has formed Piccaninny Gorge, the range is cut by deep gullies and breaks up into complex areas of ridges and domes, with prominent orange and black or grey bands.

We land at Bellburn airfield in Purnululu to join a private overland tour that comprises a drive to the massif and then a guided walk through the striped sandstone domes and further into Cathedral Gorge, named due to its excellent acoustics.

In the afternoon we depart Purnululu, flying north over the Argyle Diamond Mine, where rare pink diamonds are found, then over huge Lake Argyle, the biggest manmade lake in the southern hemisphere. Its volume is said to be over 21 times that of Sydney harbour. The surrounding ranges that hold back the freshwater body will be glowing in the late afternoon light. We will land on a mountain pinnacle where you can drink a toast to

the Kimberley and its spectacular landscape. Flying in to Kununurra and the Ord Valley is always spectacular, an oasis of lush farms, big waters and colourful ranges and is a fitting end to your unforgettable HeliSpirit helicopter adventure.
Your pilot will transfer you to your Kununurra accommodation or the Airport and say farewell.

Your pilot will transfer you to your Kununurra accommodation and say farewell.
All meals, drinks and all tours included.


  • $34,950 per person (twin share) all inclusive
  • Single supplement prices available on request