Service Details

Abrolhos Islands and Batavia Shipwreck (From Geraldton)

Supplier Name:

Kalbarri Scenic Flights

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A$420.00    On Request


- Scenic Flight to East Wallabi Island from Geraldton and return.

- Batavia Story.

- Pilot commentary.

What to Bring:

Departure Time:

02:00pm - customers to be at the airport 30 mins prior.

Departure Days:



2 hours.

Departure Location:

Geraldton Airport Terminal.

Departure/ Pickup Info:

N/A - customers meet at Geraldton Airport Terminal.

*Pickup Request:

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~~ 01-Apr-2023 to 31-Mar-2025~~Valid for 01APR23-31MAR25:

Begin the afternoon by flying over the City of Geraldton to the Abrolhos Islands.

The Abrolhos Islands are a chain of 122 islands and associated coral reefs in the Indian Ocean, approximately 65 kilometres off the west coast of Australia.

It is the southernmost true coral reef in the Indian Ocean, one of the highest latitude reef systems in the world and one of the most important seabird breeding sites.

Composed of three groups of 40 islands each, The Abrolhos boasts an incredible range of marine life and spectacular coral gardens that are excellent for diving and snorkelling while sea lions, dolphins and migratory whales are often spotted in the area.

You fly over the Pelsaert Group before heading North to the Wallabi Group.

There you land on East Wallabi Island, known for its beautiful coral and turquoise bays where a delicious afternoon tea with tea and coffee is served (included).

Return to Geraldton flying over the breathtaking Abrolhos Islands coral atolls and the site of the historical Batavia shipwreck.

This Dutch ship which was wrecked on Morning Reef in the Abrolhos Islands in 1629.

Dozens drowned while the survivors including 125 men, women and children were then murdered by a mutinous merchant.~~~~

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(240 Char Limit)

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