Mount Hart Station Airstrip lands you in one of the Kimberley’s most remote station outposts and a magnificent mountain landscape millions of years in the making. Kick back and enjoy untouched nature, pure serenity and a spot of fishing against the striking backdrop of the King Leopold Ranges, rising almost 1,000 metres over the surrounding outback plains.
The airstrip is part of the Kimberley Aerial Highway – a series of remote airstrips that land you in some of the region’s most iconic wilderness landscapes and unique accommodations. You can arrange charter flights from Broome to Mount Hart and stay at the wilderness lodge to venture deeper into the ancient ranges, or join a day tour from Broome for a breathtaking scenic flight over the world’s only horizontal waterfalls, and a land safari through boab country to spectacular Sunset Hill.
Following the tracks and trails reaching out from Mount Hart Wilderness Lodge, you’ll discover one of the Kimberley’s most idyllic swimming spots beneath the cascading 100-metre waterfall at Bell Gorge, and a string of lush palm-filled groves and secluded fishing holes teeming with birdlife, rare plants and animals.