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Remote Australian Outback by Air

Remote Australian Outback by Air

$39989 / per person
(2 Reviews)
  1. Visit the Kakadu National Park
  2. Visit the restricted Aboriginal Lands (Arnhem Land)
  3. Watch local traditional artists at the Injalak Arts and Crafts Centre
  4. Bullo River Station – a vast working cattle station
  5. Visit the Bungle Bungle Range, the towering cliffs of Cathedral Gorge and walk along the dry bed of Piccaninny Creek on a guided 4×4 tour
  6. Explore El Questro
  7. Explore Mitchell Falls by helicopter
  8. Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm- see a pearl harvest demonstration where experts cultivate some of the most sought-after pearls in the world
  9. Broome hovercraft experience where you can see the old dinosaur trackways on a secluded beach that was once an ancient planar forest floor
  10. Visit Sun Pictures – the world’s longest running outdoor cinema built in 1913 and the Paspaley Pearl Gallery
  11. Town Beach, the Japanese Cemetery, Gantheaume Point, and Cable Beach
  12. Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef
  13. Cape Range National Park- for wildlife spotting or bird watching
  1. 15 nights stays at tented and 4 & 5 star accommodations as per itinerary (subject to availability) at the time of booking or similar.
  2. Includes 15 B, 14 L and 15 D. Meals as per itinerary (B = breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner).
  3. Select alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages
  4. Services of a host throughout
  5. Private airport transfers.
  6. Sightseeing and touring in 4×4, charter flight as specified in the itinerary.
  7. Selected Alcoholic & non-Alcoholic Beverages.
  8. Activities, all transfers and charter flights where mentioned or advised in the itinerary.
  1. Rates are subject to availability and to further terms and conditions.
  2. All prices are correct at the time of printing. Company reserves the right to alter the published price of any tour due to increasing tariffs, costs and entry fees or fluctuation of exchange rates, such amounts shall be determined at the sole discretion of Company.
  3. The maximum and minimum number of guests is 8 people.
  4. A booking is accepted only after we receive a request in writing and receive a deposit of 20% of the value of the travel arrangements within 7 days. Book by date: 31st January 2019.
  5. The balance of payment due for your travel arrangements must be paid no later than 100 days before the travel date. For credit card payment, a handling fee applies of 3.5%.
  6. Kakadu, Arnhem land and the Kimberley are rough and rugged country. In many of the places in the itinerary, there are cleared walking tracks, but not boardwalks or handrails. A reasonable level of fitness & stable footing is required to make the most of the experience.
  7. This itinerary includes highlights with local Aboriginal people. Please be aware that the Aboriginal hosts are traditional people with strong cultural obligations. If unforeseen cultural events occur that coincide with a planned activity, an Aboriginal host may not be available. In this situation we will work with your host to plan alternative activities and highlights.
  8. Due to the private charter aircraft payload requirements, luggage will be restricted to 10 kg’s per passenger. Should you have excess luggage please enquire with our team who can advise on alternative transportation or storage options at additional cost.
  9. All outdoor activities are weather permitting.
  10. Smoking is not allowed in the vehicles. Comfort stops will be made en route.
  11. All distances and travelling times are approximate.
  12. Peak Season Surcharge may be applicable during Xmas, New Year or during any special events. Also rates are not applicable on block out dates or on special event dates. Please check at the time of booking.
  13. Terms & Conditions Apply.
  14. All Payments to be made in INR, USD or EUR as per rate of exchange at the time of booking.
  15. Any payments automatically mean adherence to the terms & conditions and our statute.

Regions covered: 1N Darwin / 1N Kakadu / 1N Arnhem Land / 2N Bullo River Station / 2N El Questro / 2N Kimberley Coastal Camp / 2N Broome / 3N Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef / 1N Perth


Western Australia is a state occupying the entire western third of Australia. It is bounded by the Indian Ocean to the north and west, and the Southern Ocean to the south, the Northern Territory to the north-east and South Australia to the south-east.


The Northern Territory is a federal Australian territory in the central and central northern regions of Australia. It shares borders with Western Australia to the west, South Australia to the south, and Queensland to the east. To the north, the territory is bordered by the Timor Sea, the Arafura Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria, including Western New Guinea and other Indonesian islands.

Summer Autumn Winter Spring
Northern Territory



Average Temperatures

December to February



March to May


Max- 32.2°C

June to August


Max- 30.8°C

September to November



Western Australia



Average Temperatures

December to February


Max- 30.8°C
Min- 16.4°C

March to May


Max- 25.1°C

June to August


Max- 18.4°C
Min – 8.3°C

September to November



1. Visa for Australia

  • Single /Multiple Entry tourist Visa
  • Processing time- 25 – 30 working days after submission of the documents.
  • Validity- up to 1year
  • Maximum stay- 90 days
  • Visa Service Fee- 5999.00


2. Travel Insurance

It is very important to take a policy that covers medical expenses, lost cargo, accidents and many other mishaps that could occur on either a short or long trip.

Note: All pax above 70 years must have Health Insurance

Best time to visit:

Western Australia: The best time to visit is the summer months between November and March.

Northern Territory: The months of dry season between May and September.


Time Zone:

Western Australia: GMT+8

Daylight Saving time is not observed in Western Australia.

Western Australia is 2.30 hrs ahead of India.


Northern Territory: GMT+9.30

Daylight Saving time is not observed in Northern Territory.

Northern Territory is 4 hrs ahead of India


Australian Dollar AUD

1AUD =52.677 INR



English is the primary language in Western Australia and Northern Territory.


Dialing code: 

Western Australia: +61

Northern Territory: +61

Flight Details:

Return Flight Singapore Airlines Jet Airways
Mumbai to Darwin 23.40 to 14.45
Duration: 11h 05min
Stops: 1 stop at SIN
Connect time: 0h 50min
When: Tues/Thurs/SatApprox Cost: 38000 to 42000
09.45 to 05.15+1
Duration: 15h 30min
Stops: 1 stop at SIN
Connect time: 5h 05min
Approx Cost: 52000 to 58000
Singapore Airlines Qantas Airlines
Perth to Mumbai Duration: 11h 55min

Stops: 1 stop at SIN

Connect time: 1h 20min

When: Daily

Approx Cost: 58000 to 65000

12.25 to 23.05

Duration: 13h 10min

Stops: 1 stop at SIN

Connect time: 2h


Approx Cost: 57000 to 65000

15 Nights / 16 Days

Tour Plan



Upon arrival, you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. You will enjoy a welcome ceremony and dinner featuring native produce. (D)   Overnight in Darwin


After breakfast, explore UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park via a 4x4 safari expedition and Yellow Water Cruise. You will stop at Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve and the Adelaide River. Your day will end with a three-course meal cooked over an open fire.(B,L,D)   Overnight in Kakadu Tented Camp


Today you'll visit the restricted Aboriginal Lands (Arnhem Land), north of Kakadu. Visitors need special permission from its traditional custodians to enter this wild and untamed region. Here you will experience the excitement in Arnhem Land with a 4x4 trip across East Alligator River and scenic drive to the Gunbalanya Aboriginal community. Later you will meet and watch local traditional artists at the Injalak Arts and Crafts Centre. Next you will head up to a rocky sandstone plateau where an Aboriginal guide will show you excellent examples of rock art on Injalak Hill. (B,L,D)   Overnight in Arnhem Land Tented Camp


This morning you'll head to the southern end of Kakadu for a short walk through a sub-monsoon rainforest that leads to the base of a beautiful plunge pool. Spend the morning swimming in small crystal clear waterholes. After a picnic lunch, your 4x4 safari ends at Jabiru Airport signalling the start of your ultimate air safari. After take off you will get a bird's eye view of the vastness of the country. You will arrive at the Bullo River Station - a vast working cattle station. You will arrive in time for the sunset and then dinner under the stars in the light of a campfire. (B,L,D)   Overnight in Bullo River Station


Today is a 'no fly' day, which gives you the chance to relax and enjoy the wide range of complimentary excursions at Bullo River Station. Following excursions can be customised based upon your interest:   (a) Cattle station related activities, including bore checks, lick runs, feeding poddy calves, and other activities detailed upon arrival; (b) Fishing, including guide, gear, and boat; (c) Horse riding, including guide and gear; (d) Guided tour of rock art, gorges, and water holes; (e) 4WD activities; (f) Customised enthusiast trips including bird watching, hiking, art, and photography locations. Helicopter expeditions or specialized heli-fishing tours can be arranged at additional cost. (B,L,D)   Overnight in Bullo River Station


Today's highlights are the UNESCO World Heritage-listed beehive striped domes of the Bungle Bungle Range, the towering cliffs of Cathedral Gorge and walk along the dry bed of Piccaninny Creek on a guided 4x4 tour. After lunch, a helicopter will take you on a scenic journey to view the Bungle Bungles and the spectacular maze of gorges from above. (B,L,D)   Overnight in El Questro Homestead


Today is another 'no fly' day. From your luxurious base you're invited to choose how to best explore El Questro - by foot, 4x4, boat, or horseback. Whichever way you prefer, an El Questro personal guide is always on hand to ensure nothing is missed. Later return to the homestead for a delicious dinner. Special helicopter tours to a remote location or sunset spots can be arranged at an additional cost. (B,L,D)   Overnight in El Questro Homestead


After breakfast, you will fly to a little outback runway that is Mitchell Plateau airstrip to be taken by helicopter to the top of Mitchell Falls. Accessible only by helicopter or several days’ journey, this pristine region is the perfect setting for your gourmet picnic lunch. You will have plenty of time to relax, swim in the cool flowing waters, and explore this area. After lunch you will be collected from the top of the falls for your onward visit to the Kimberley Coastal Camp. Do not forget to take photos of Big Merten falls and Mitchell Falls from above on the scenic flight over the Mitchell Plateau and Admiralty Gulf to the spectacular Kimberley Coastal Camp. (B,L,D)   Overnight in Kimberley Coastal Camp


Today you spend the day as you please. Whether you wish to relax and take in the beauty of your surroundings or fill your day with activities, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Here you can enjoy fabulous scenery, gourmet food, unique beachfront accommodation, spectacular fishing, and ancient rock art – all combined with unparalleled hospitality in a remote wilderness location.(B,L,D)   Overnight in Kimberley Coastal Camp


After breakfast, you will be transferred to Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm via a charter flight over the Kimberley coastline and the Buccaneer Archipelago. You will see a pearl harvest demonstration where experts cultivate some of the most sought-after pearls in the world. Afterwards, take an amphibious vessel to explore the immense tidal movements and changing landscapes of the coast. Later you will fly to Broome for your night stay at a resort overlooking Broome's iconic Cable Beach. Evening is at leisure. (B,L,D)   Overnight in Broome


This morning enjoy breakfast and spend time at leisure. Adventure lovers can go on a two-hour Broome hovercraft experience (additional cost), where you can see the old dinosaur trackways on a secluded beach that was once an ancient planar forest floor. In the afternoon, your half day tour begins with a delicious lunch at Australia’s most remote brewery. Afterwards you'll learn about Broome's fascinating history as you walk through Chinatown, visit Sun Pictures – the world’s longest running outdoor cinema built in 1913 and the Paspaley Pearl Gallery. You'll also see local sights such as Town Beach, the Japanese Cemetery, Gantheaume Point, and Cable Beach. (B,L,D)   Overnight in Broome


In the morning, you will board your private air charter to Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef. You will get a beautiful view of the Ningaloo Reef from above. You will arrive at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef, a beach side safari camp nestled in the dunes of the Cape Range National Park. Each wilderness tent offers views of the surrounding bush and beach. At night the uninterrupted views of the Milky Way will astound you.(B,L,D)   Overnight in Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef


Today you will head on a private charter boat with an experienced marine scientist guide for a private swimming adventure and the chance to snorkel and swim with whale sharks in the warm, clear waters of the Indian Ocean (sightings not guaranteed). You might also catch a glimpse of manta rays, turtles and dolphins. (B,L,D)   Overnight in Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef


Today you do as much or as little as you like with an uninterrupted day at Sal Salis. You can enjoy The Cape Range National Park which is perfect for wildlife spotting or bird watching. Red kangaroos, wallaroos, rock wallabies and Gould’s goannas are regularly sighted along with many of the 100 bird species that exist in this area. (B,L,D)   Overnight in Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef


Say goodbye to the turquoise waters of Ningaloo Reef as you depart for Western Australia’s capital city, Perth on a scheduled flight. Afternoon is at leisure and in the evening you will enjoy a group farewell dinner at one of the beautiful restaurants in Perth. (B,L,D)   Overnight in Perth


After breakfast, you will be transferred to your airport for your flight back home.(B)   (B) = Breakfast, (L) = Lunch, (D) = Dinner

Tour Location

Western Australia is a state occupying the entire western third of Australia. It is bounded by the Indian Ocean to the north and west, and the Southern Ocean to the south, the Northern Territory to the north-east and South Australia to the south-east. The Northern Territory is a federal Australian territory in the central and central northern regions of Australia. It shares borders with Western Australia to the west, South Australia to the south, and Queensland to the east. To the north, the territory is bordered by the Timor Sea, the Arafura Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria, including Western New Guinea and other Indonesian islands.

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