Destinations for Your Bucket List
Kirkhope Aviation can fly you to iconic destinations all over Australia.
All you need to do is decide which part of this beautifully big land to cross off your bucket list.
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The Arnhem Land Region is one of the five regions of the Northern Territory of Australia. It is located in the north-eastern corner of the territory and is around 500 km from the Northern Territory capital, Darwin.
You’ll enjoy great food, sandy beaches, bird watching, bushwalking, and boating at Sweers Island, glimpse into a lovely cultural mosaic on Thursday Island. These are just two of the many stops on our Cape York adventure, along with Poruma Island, Lotus Bird Lodge, Jowalbinna, Chillagoe, Carnarvon Gorge and more!
These remarkable ‘mountains in the sea,’ offer you the holiday experience of a lifetime. Here, you can get away from it all in an inspiring world of sparkling beaches, rugged ranges, abundant wildlife, and clear sapphire waters.
The Flinders Ranges is the largest mountain range in South Australia. Starting approximately 200 km north west of Adelaide, it stretches for over 430 km, from Port Pirie to Lake Callabonna. Our main air tour destinations are Arkaroola, Parachilna, Blinman and finally Wilpena & Rawnsley Park in the South.
Kirkhope Aviation will take you to the Kimberley, one of the nine regions of Western Australia. It is located in the northern part of Western Australia, bordered on the West by the Indian Ocean, to the North by the Timor Sea, to the East by the Northern Territory and to the South by the Great Sandy and Tanami Deserts.
King Island is situated in Bass Strait, between Victoria and Tasmania and just a 50-minute flight from either state. Experience the peace and quiet of Island life, where the local ‘wave’ as you go by is a way of life, and the only traffic delays you will come across are wallabies and turkeys.
Lake Eyre, officially known as Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre, features the lowest natural point in Australia—approximately 15 m below sea level. On the rare occasions that it fills, it is the largest salt lake in Australia and the world’s 13th largest lake.
Lord Howe Island, a world heritage-listed island, is an irregularly crescent-shaped volcanic remnant in the south-west Pacific Ocean, lying in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand.
The Magic of Mungo National Park will take your breath away. An area of significant natural beauty awaits you, steeped in Aboriginal culture and studied by anthropologists and archaeologists the world over. And White Cliffs, an extraordinary opal town in the north-west where most of the town lives in underground ‘dugout’ dwellings.
The Pilbara region is a large, thinly-populated region in the north of Western Australia known for its vast mineral deposits and mining, alongside pastoral activities, fishing and tourism. Visitors will access stunning national parks including Kalbarri and the Exmouth-Ningaloo Reef, famous for its whale sharks.
A huge thank you for a truly marvellous three days. So well looked after by Tony, nothing was too much trouble, accommodation and meals first class. Amazing views of our beautiful country and a further insight into the lives of the people who live in remote places.
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