Take a journey with Shine Aviation across to the Abrolhos Islands or further north to the picturesque Kalbarri region including the fabulous Pink Lake.
Land on an uninhabited island, snorkel amongst coral and fish, view the bird-life or even see if you can spot a local Tammar Wallaby. Enjoy a picnic lunch on one of our full day adventures.
Shine Aviation offers a unique and pleasurable experience around the Mid West region that you tell friends and family about for years to come.
Our experienced pilots will act as your personal tour guide, enjoy the opportunity to share their local knowledge with you.
All of our scenic tours can be tailored to your needs. If you have a destination you would specifically like to see, just ask us.
Our Full Day Fly Flipper Tour will take you from Geraldton to the remote Abrolhos Islands. Take in the remarkable views from the air of the Southern, Easter and Wallabi groups. Landing on East Wallabi, appreciate the peace on this uninhabited island, where you can snorkel, bird watch, or explore. Morning tea is provided, there is an optional BYO or catered lunch.
Departing Geraldton, fly over the awesome Pink Lake to understand why it is fast becoming a must-see attraction. The flight takes you over Geraldton, then tracks the north coast to Port Gregory, onward to the Pink Lake.
Here, you can enjoy the beautiful views, then head back to Geraldton with a total flight time of 1-1.25 hours. If you haven’t much time to spare, this short flight is spectacular!
This tour combines the two most popular sites in our region! Departing Geraldton, we overfly the city and then track the north coast to Port Gregory. From there, travel the short distance to the Pink Lake, where you can enjoy the beautiful views as the pilot conducts orbits of the lake.
We then leave the mainland and track west to the famous Abrolhos Islands. The full-day experience allows time at East Wallabi for morning tea, beach walks, snorkeling, and optional BYO or catered lunch. You can decide whether you want to relax in the sun or go on a guided nature trail.
Experience the most scenic spots of WA on our deluxe tour! In just over six hours, we cram in the best of the midwest! Departing Geraldton, we track north, direct for the Murchison River, joining the Z bend gorges and the Kalbarri town site.
We then fly along the spectacular coastal cliffs to the famous Pink Lake, where you can take in the beautiful colours as we orbit overhead. We then leave the mainland and head to the Abrolhos Islands, overflying the Batavia shipwreck site before landing at East Wallabi Island for a snorkeling adventure.
Fly from our Geraldton base over Port Gregory, a picturesque town known for its fishing and surrounded by five kilometers of coral reef. Then, pass over the stunning Pink Lake (or Hutt Lagoon), whose vibrant pink hues have made it a popular destination for visitors from all around the world.
Then, we continue north along the coast to the charming town of Kalbarri. Situated at the mouth of the Murchison River, Kalbarri features rugged inland gorges, pristine beaches, and spectacular coastal cliffs. Watch in awe as massive waves crash against the steep bluffs below you.
Finally, we return directly to Geraldton. The duration of this tour is 1.75 hours and our departure time is flexible.
What better way to experience these breathtaking views than from above? Don’t forget to bring your camera so you can capture panoramic shots of these vivid waters!
Take the opportunity to see the Geraldton area from the air! This 30-minute aerial tour of the City of Greater Geraldton includes the harbor, beaches, wind farm, and surrounding agricultural areas. The onboard commentary provides interesting information, and the headset also allows for a two-way conversation with the pilot.
Join this popular Abrolhos tour, starting with a breathtaking scenic flight from Geraldton terminal. Fly over unique fishing settlements and three island groups before landing at East Wallabi. Then take a guided tour to the beautiful Turtle Bay. From there you will see spectacular coral reef while snorkeling through the clear blue water. You can also embark on a nature trail. Morning tea will be served during your 4 hour tour.
Departing Geraldton, we fly over the city and head north to the stunning Pink Lake. The aircraft then leaves the mainland and tracks west to the famous Abrolhos Islands.
These are located 55 km off the Geraldton coast. There are 122 islands in all. You can see unique fishing villages as well as the Batavia shipwreck site and the fort that was built during the mutiny.
Fly over the stunning Abrolhos Islands, then enjoy your morning tea with an ocean view from East Wallabi Island. Keep an eye out for the marine life! Whales, dolphins, and manta rays can be seen when in season. This flight is booked on demand and takes two and a half hours. Following check-in, your pilot leads you through the plan for the tour and a safety brief.
Once on board, you fly over the seaside city of Geraldton. The onboard commentary via headsets allows you to hear fascinating information and famous history dating back to 1629. The plane continues over the Southern and Eastern group of the Abrolhos Islands.
Morning Tea is served during your 30 minute stopover on East Walabi. Take in the view or have a short walk before your scenic flight back to the terminal.
Discover a whole new side of Western Australia during this unique aerial tour! Fly over the remote Abrolhos Islands, located 55 km off the coast of Geraldton. Get ready for panoramic views, fascinating history, and lifelong memories!
The Abrolhos Islands consist of 122 islands clustered into three main groups: the Easter Group, the Wallabi Group, and the Pelsaert Group. The islands extend from north to south and span over 100 km of the Indian Ocean. Admire these stunning islands and the surrounding coral reefs from above, painted in a beautiful array of blue and green hues. Be sure to bring your camera so you can capture the breathtaking natural beauty below you!
Look out for the unique mix of tropical and temperate marine life in the turquoise waters. If you’re lucky, you might even catch sight of our resident Australian sea lions or bottlenose dolphins! These reefs may be beautiful, but they are also treacherous and have claimed many ships throughout the centuries. Keep an eye out for the many magnificent shipwrecks that still remain beneath the waves.
Listen to a knowledgeable tour guide as we fly over fishing villages, pearl farms, shipwreck sites, and abundant sea life. Their expert commentary includes an engaging history of the islands as well as some information about how they are used today.