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Combine two popular excursions in a single one-day tour. Aboard a fixed-wing aircraft, fly to the famed Pink Lake to take advantage of the excellent photo opportunities while learning about the origin of its distinctive color via on board commentary. Next, head west to the Abrolhos Islands, flying over the Batavia ship wreck, before landing at East Wallabi Island where you are served morning tea and an optional BYO or catered lunch in between snorkeling over the coral reef, relaxing on the sand, or hiking a guided nature trail.
Combine two popular excursion on a single tour: See the Pink Lake and fly over the Abrolhos Islands
Enjoy the rare opportunity to land on, and explore, East Wallabi Island
Includes morning tea
On East Wallabi, choose from snorkeling, hiking, or simply relaxing on the beach
You are in for a treat! This tour gives you all the joys of the Full day Fly Flipper but also adds Kalbarri, her beautiful gorges plus the stunning Pink Lake! Listen as the pilot tells you all about the history of the area and the safety brief.
Then fly direct to the Pink Lake where you will have ample photo opportunities and learn about the origins of this magnificent colour, along with other fascinating information in your on board commentary .
The aircraft then heads west to the famous Abrolhos Islands, flying over the Batavia ship wreck, unique fishing villages and pearl farms before landing at East Wallabi Island. Following the kilometre walk, to and along the beach, morning tea will be served. Choose between snorkeling over stunning coral reef, relaxing in the water or sand or going on a guided nature trail. Lunch will then be served under the beach shelter.
Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
This tour to East Wallabi Island requires a 1.3 km walk from the airstrip to the shelter at Turtle Bay & return. About ½ of the walk is along a uneven walk trail & the remainder along the beach, therefore an average level of fitness & mobility is required. Unfortunately motorised transport isn’t currently available, please ask our bookings team for advice on the conditions if unsure before booking.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 20 travellers