A flight from Kalbarri airport puts you above some of Western Australia’s most spectacular coastal and ancient outback wonders, many of which can only be viewed by air. Take in jaw-dropping views of ancient Kalbarri National Park and touch down in the marine-life rich Abrolhos Islands or World Heritage-listed Shark Bay.
Kalbarri airport is just 15 minutes’ drive east from Kalbarri, via Kalbarri-Ajana Road. While direct flights from Perth to Kalbarri aren’t available, Qantas and Virgin Australia operate daily flights from Perth to Geraldton airport and local charter companies provide land transfer services to get you to Kalbarri in under two hours.
Scenic flights and tours explore the full length of Kalbarri’s 400-million-year-old river gorges, dramatic coastal rock formations and striking Pink Lake from the best viewpoint. You’re also a short hop by air to one of Western Australia's most unique marine environments - the Abrolhos Islands - a top spot for fishing, snorkelling and birdwatching.
Take a one-hour flight north, and you’ll come face-to-face with the world-famous and very friendly bottlenose dolphins of Monkey Mia.