Mount Elizabeth Airstrip is part of the Kimberley Aerial Highway, a series of airstrips that create an expressway to some of the most remote true wilderness landscapes. Upon landing at this fully operational cattle station, incredible four-wheel drive and bushwalking adventures await, giving you the chance to see the stunning Wunnamurra and Warla gorges, view prolific birdlife, and be one of the privileged few to traverse the Munja Track.
Mount Elizabeth Station is approximately 445 kilometres east of Broome, and a direct charter flight to the airstrip (available March to October) takes just over 90 minutes. To access all the natural wonders here, you’ll need to book guided land tours with local operators.
Take a 15-kilometre drive from Mount Elizabeth Homestead, along a challenging four-wheel drive track, and enjoy a picture-postcard waterfall moment at Wunnamurra Gorge. Warla Gorge, also known as Hann River Gorge, is even closer, just four kilometres from the Homestead – the perfect spot for a cooling dip or to relax and enjoy the reflections of a Kimberley sunset.
Or head off on an epic three-day four-wheel-driving challenge, following the Munja Track to Walcott Inlet, where the Charnley River meets the Indian Ocean.