Tick off the Kimberley from your bucket list
Where the journey is just as important as the destination
Explore the wild frontier that is the top end of Australia on our most adventurous air tour available.
The Kimberley is one of the nine regions of Western Australia that remains as one of our continent’s untouched landscapes.
The stunning 14 day Kimberley adventure tour takes you through the Kimberley’s most renowned destinations by air, land and sea. Spend two days exploring the iconic Uluru and it’s surroundings as well as an overnight stay at Berkeley River Lodge famous for it’s panoramic wilderness views.
2018, a year to get a Taste of the Outback
The only way to experience Outback Australia
Taste of the Outback Air Tours can be either three or four days and include visits to iconic outback destinations like Lake Mungo, Broken Hill, Innamincka and the Cooper Creek, Birdsville, Lake Eyre, Muloorina Station, William Creek, Arkaroola and Flinders Ranges.
This exceptional tour highlights the extreme beauty and ruggedness of the Australian Outback. Become one of the special few that have traveled thousands of kilometres to the towns and destinations that have defined Australia’s past.
The Man From Snowy River Glamping
Glamping packages including return flights
The small township at Cooryong comes to life between the 5th – 8th of April. The festival showcases Australian art, entertainment, horse events, dog events, street activities and age-old skills that are still being used today. It attracts thousands of keen outback residents and city wanderers hoping to learn about or share our unique Australian culture.
We are partnering up with the festival this year to offer luxurious glamping packages that include return flights, departing from Moorabbin Airport to Corryong Airport.
What rain in the Outback means for sightseeing
Nick Stobie featured on Talking Lifestyle
Tim Webster is on everyday on the Talking Lifestyle radio show and helps you plan your next bucketlist travel itinerary with experts from around the world.
Listen to Nick Stobie, a tour pilot at Kirkhope Aviation speak to Tim Webster about the recent rain in Birdsville and what it means for prospective travellers if the rain continues.
21 golfers doing Bass Strait triangle
A 3 day tour playing world class courses
Organised by GOLFSelect, the groups first stop is to Barnbougle, home to two of Australia’s top ten iconic golf courses. The Dunes, which is Barnbougle’s original golf course is a Links Golf Course with breathtaking scenery and gripping golf. The Lost Farm is the second golf course on Barnbougle and features a 20-hole course that winds along the coast and through the coastal dunes.
On the third day the group fly to King Island to play the Cape Wickham golf course before coming home.