Overfly ancient landscapes and stunning waterfalls with the Twin Parks flight over the magnificent Nitmiluk National Park and on to Kakadu. During your flight learn about the geographical features of the area, local fauna and about the traditional landowners - The Jawoyn People. A minimum of 2 passengers, maximum of 4 is required for each departure. Weight restrictions do apply.
Nitmiluk Scenic Flights depart from the helipad located 3km from the Nitmiluk Centre within the spectacular Nitmiluk National Park. There are a variety of flights to choose from and all offer magnificent views from the air, with 'photo' or 'video' opportunities of Nitmiluk Gorge, the Arnhem Land escarpment and local wildlife.
Fly over all 13 Gorges then continue via the Katherine River into the rugged rock country of Nitmiluk National Park. Discover one of the most remote and beautiful waterfall swim sites in Australia. Enjoy a swim at this pristine wilderness rock pool, which is yours exclusively.
Turn back the clock as you depart the Nitmiluk helipad. Destination: 40,000 years ago. Fly deep into the heart of the Dreamtime to an amazing Jawoyn art site. Your guide will assist you in interpreting the artwork and the secrets of this ancient land. Enjoy a refreshing swim before flying back over the rugged stone country and all 13 Gorges on your return to the modern world.
Embrace the spirit of Nitmiluk as you fly back into the Dreamtime to an authentic Indigenous art site. Landing beneath rock escarpments at your first out-of-the-way site you will feel a deep connection to the land, its history and the traditional landowners - the Jawoyn people, as your pilot/guide explains the rock art to you. Swimming at your very own pristine waterfall at the next landing site is a highlight on this trip, the rock pool is exclusively yours, guaranteed!