Flights from Kununurra airport give you an eagle’s eye view of one of the last true wilderness areas on Earth and one of the world’s most curious ranges – the Bungle Bungles. It also lands you at the eastern gateway to the legendary Gibb River Road, Australia’s most unique four wheel drive experience, leading you 660 kilometres through spectacular gorge country.
Known as East Kimberley Regional Airport, Kununurra airport is a three-hour direct flight from Perth, with Virgin Australia. Or, you can fly into Broome or Darwin from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane and take the short flight with Air North to Kununurra.
The airport is your access point to the East Kimberley’s most remote and awe-inspiring wilderness areas, with scenic flights and luxury air safaris giving you the best views of the epic outback landscapes of El Questro Wilderness Park, Mitchell Falls, the north Kimberley coast and World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park.
Some tours also include a cruise on Lake Argyle – the largest man-made lake in the southern hemisphere – or the Argyle diamond mine,world famous for its exquisite pink diamonds. There’s even the opportunity to go heli-fishing and chase the mighty barramundi on the wildrest rivers.