1800 033 160 Open - 24/7
Golf Outback

Western Wedge Safari


norvasc click here

lexapro and weed good

lexapro and weed

weight loss citalopram 20mg

citalopram 20mg tablets click

mirtazapine 15 mg and alcohol

mirtazapine side effects

Day One: Melbourne, Essendon – Parafield – Ceduna – Eucla 

AAA guests depart Essendon Airport, Melbourne, 0800 commencing with a scenic flight over the Grampians and the Western Wimmera region stopping for morning tea in Adelaide. Air cruising once more, we continue directly over St Vincents Gulf and the Eyre Peninsula wheat country to Ceduna. Lunch is reserved and awaiting your arrival. Departing Ceduna your flight path will grant a perspective of the Nullarbor Plain and Great Australian Bight that most rarely ever see. An exhilarating low level scenic flight takes you over the enormous cliff faces in excess of 500 feet; spot migrating whales and calves, mothers selecting the Great Australian Bight as their maternity ward. Touch down at tiny Eucla. It is rare to be so isolated, offering AAA guests an opportunity to enjoy a night stroll under a star-studded sky, listening to the sounds of silence.

Accommodation is at the Eucla Amber Motel.

Flight time 4.5 hrs total

Day Two: Eucla – Forrest – Kalgoorlie

Leaving Eucla, your pilot tracks north-west to the centre of Western Australia’s gold country. Soar over the absolutely enormous ‘super pit’ open cut man-made mine. Once on the ground you will be escorted on a tour of Kalgoorlie’s marvellous architecture and the Hannan Miners Hall of Fame.

Accommodation is at the All Seasons Kalgoorlie or similar.

Flight time 2.5 hrs

Day Three: Kalgoorlie – Meekatharra – Exmouth (Ningaloo Reef)

Departing Kalgoorlie, with dusty gold fingers, AAA guests fly over pastoral country arriving into Meekatharra for fuel before continuing to Exmouth. Private transfer to the magnificent Sal Salis eco retreat for welcome orientation and a refreshing lunch.  Some time to relax and enjoy the superb wild bush luxury at the camp, exclusively AAA’s for the next two days. As the sun begins to set, enjoy a cool drink on board. 

Time to rest; accommodation is at the luxurious Sal Salis beach camp.

Flight time 4.5 hrs total

Day Four: Ningaloo Reef/Cape Range NP, Sal Salis

The pristine and remote Ningaloo Reef is only as far away as the stretch of sand from your doorstep. You have the option to enjoy the easiest of drift snorkelling, in shallow waters. Just behind the camp is the Cape Range National Park and with the expertise of your guides enjoy a stroll through the gorge with fossil bearing limestone and plenty of wildlife. Another day in your private paradise on the world’s finest stretch of coastal fringing coral reef. The ‘tents’ are more than comfortable with uninterrupted views out to sea, it is highly likely you will spot humpback whales breaching just beyond the reef.

Accommodation is at Sal Salis.

No flight today

Day Five: Exmouth – Shark Bay – Kalbarri

This morning fly southwards with spectacular views over Ningaloo Reef before landing at Shark Bay. Cruise to a floating black pearl farm for a lesson in pearl seeding or remain on the beach at Monkey Mia to enjoy the dolphins. Lunch is followed by an overland tour including Eagle Bluff, Project Eden and Shell Beach. Pilots complete this day with a truly spectacular flight along the Zuytdorpf Cliffs arriving in Kalbarri on sunset.

Accommodation is at the Kalbarri Beach Resort or similar.

Flight time 2 hrs total

Day Six: Kalbarri

Picturesque and small, Kalbarri is a beachside town rapidly gaining interest both nationally and internationally, as it is one of the best places to witness the Western Australia wildflower event. AAA guests are treated to a private tour of the coastal country as well as the Murchison Gorge and Nature’s Window, allowing plenty of time to stop, photograph and identify the vast array of wildflower species.  Afternoon includes a visit to Bob Porter’s broad acre farm.  Bob de-stocked quite a few years ago and the wildflowers have made an impressive comeback!  Bob is very keen on botany and either he or one of his expert guides will escort you around his personal 60,000 acre wildflower reserve.

Accommodation is at the Kalbarri Beach Resort or similar.

No flight today

Day Seven: Kalbarri – Abrolhos Group – Geraldton – Busselton

This morning bid farewell to Kalbarri before you are airborne, tracking south to make a spectacular orbit of the remote Abrolhos Islands en route to Geraldton. Continue southward to Busselton, where guests are welcomed aboard a comfortable air-conditioned private vehicle. Visit Cape Naturaliste and another one of AAA ‘s secret locations. Continue through the vines to the small town of Margaret River.

Accommodation is at the Margaret River Resort or similar.

Flight time 3 hrs total

Day Eight: Margaret River

A day amidst the vines to experience the many treasures of this prominent wine producing region and delve beyond the vines and into the boutique breweries, coffee, cheese and chocolate! Lunch in a gourmet setting awaits at Vasse Felix, with a private wine tasting. Wineries visited include Vasse Felix, Sandalford, Moss Brothers and Cape Mentelle. Also the Margaret River Cheese and Chocolate Co., and Bootleg Brewery.

Accommodation is at the Margaret River Resort or similar.

No flight today

Day Nine: Margaret River – Walpole

Depart Margaret River after breakfast in preparation for your overland adventure into Tall Timber country. Driving through the giant Karri and Tingle trees offers a humbling sensation. Your visit to Pemberton includes a very special wood gallery featuring exquisite works of art. For lunch, meet with local friends Kev and Hess Anderson at their delightful Che Sara Sara property for a stroll through their lush garden and an insight into local life. Later this afternoon, venture into the Valley of the Giants and explore the forest canopy onboard the Treetop Walk.

Time to rest; accommodation is at Walpole Treetop Motel.

No flight today

Day Ten: Walpole – Albany – Esperance

This morning enjoy a cruise out on the Nornalup Inlet in this World Heritage area. After lunch renew your acquaintance with your pilot, aircraft destination Esperance, offering spectacular scenic opportunities. Overnight at the Hospitality Inn, Esperance or similar.

Flight time 2 hrs

Day Eleven: Esperance

Esperance was once the port for the goldfields of Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie, now after the addition of trace elements the area is rich pastoral land. AAA guests soon discover the natural beauty of Esperance, while touring Cape le Grand where turquoise seas beat to a rhythm onto the granite coastline. AAA guides will share with guests another favourite place known as Hellfire Bay, protected from the open ocean and the ideal location for a revitalising swim. Adventurous guests will enjoy the climb to the Frenchman’s Peak, offering a terrific panoramic view over the entire park.

Accommodation is at Hospitality Inn or similar.

No flight today

Day Twelve: Esperance – Kangaroo Island

Mornings at dawn in Esperance are revitalising. Over the course of the day AAA guests travel through a changing time zone, 1.5 hours, as your pilot navigates aircraft and guests eastward, scenic flying from Esperance. Continue with the spectacular low level scenic flight alongside the Great Australian Bight’s towering cliff faces, before crossing the Investigator Strait landing on South Australia’s Kangaroo Island. Time to rest; accommodation is at The Aurora Apartments, Kingscote or similar.

Flight time 5 hrs total

Day Thirteen: Kangaroo Island

After an easy start to the morning, your two-day exploration is extensive and includes a private tour of Kangaroo Island’s wildlife, flora and historic light houses. Venture to Seal Bay to join sea lions on their beach; you are provided the best vantage points for this incredible up-close experience. Vivonne Bay and Flinders Chase National Park offer guests the opportunity to spy upon koalas. Lunch is served within the wonderful Flinders Chase Interpretive Centre. AAA guests will then be guided to the site of the Remarkable Rocks, Cape de Couedic Lighthouse and Admiral’s Arch as the sun begins to set. Celebrations begin as all guests return to Kingscote to enjoy a farewell dinner.

Accommodation is at The Aurora Apartments or similar.

No flight today

Day Fourteen: Kangaroo Island – Essendon, Melbourne

Today continue your exploration of Kangaroo Island escorted by private vehicle to the eastern end of the island. Visit Cape Willoughby lighthouse, learn of the harsh existence of the light house keepers, finishing with lunch. This afternoon pilots navigate homeward bound for Melbourne, choosing to fly along the Great Ocean Road or over the Grampians to Melbourne, all pending best available visibility.  Both are equally rewarding. AAA guests are welcomed home at Essendon, Melbourne arriving 1730.

Flight time 2.5 hrs total

To register your interest in this tour: please click here

Stay connected with Air Adventure and receive special offers and news

View brochure Contact us Back to top