Mitchell Falls walk - Rock art - Scenic heli flight
Today is definitely one of the highlights of the tour. Departing early we ascend the Mitchell Plateau and make our way to the Mitchell River National Park. From the ranger station the walk is approximately 4km, mostly downhill (a good level of fitness and manoevrability is required). Along the way there are numerous rock art galleries featuring ancient Gwion Gwion and Wandjina rock art. Explore these galleries with an Indigenous guide from the local Kandiwal community (if available). There's also a spot for a swim along the way.
At the end of the walk we arrive at the 4-tiered Mitchell Falls – one of the most stunning attractions in the Kimberley. Admire the falls from several vantage points before boarding helicopters for a scenic flight transfer back to the top of the walk (included in fare). This afternoon we travel back to our campsite at Munurru near the King Edward River. (B, L, D)
For passengers not wishing to do the Mitchell Falls walk there is an option to fly down by helicopter. An Outback Spirit guide will still escort you. Cost is $135 per person.