Suggested Tours & Activities

Looking for something to do around Halls Creek? We’ve got you covered!
Peruse a selection of popular tours and activities below.

China Wall 
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6km out of town, a vertical quartz vein protrudes up to 6m from the surrounding surface. This quartz substance is hard and remains resistant to weathering. Its length is a mystery; the formation is visible from here to the Bungle Bungle. As China Wall is on private property, please shut the gate when entering and exiting the area.

Bungle Bungles
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Bungle Bungle Guided Tours offer a unique experience, providing guided walking tours with an Aboriginal perspective of the World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park. Locally owned, they aim to employ only local Aboriginal guides who share their culture with visitors whilst on tour.

Wolf Creeke Crater
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One of Australia’s most remarkable outback landscapes, lying on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert in the East Kimberley. It is the second largest crater in the world, measuring 880 metres across and to a depth about 60 metres below the rim. Go bushwalking and see the crater from the rim – you’ll feel dwarfed by its size!

Sawpit Gorge
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Approximately 52km from town is the most secluded scenic spot in Halls Creek. Complete with swimming and fishing pools, the tranquil water is surrounded by towering rock walls and sandy edges, which were formed when the Black Elvire River forced its way through a rocky ridge.

Palm Springs
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One of the most popular places in the Kimberley town of Halls Creek to go swimming. 45km out of town is the spectacular Palm Springs. It is an oasis, complete with palm trees, a fresh water spring and an abundance of wildlife. Pack a picnic and enjoy the peaceful tranquillity.

Caroline Pool
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15km from town is a refreshing natural waterhole. During the wet season it is ideal for swimming, however, as we move in to the dry it becomes a pleasant picnic spot with a series of small water holes, shady trees and a wide bank which provides the perfect path for bushwalkers.

Northwest Regional Airlines
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Why Drive When You Can Fly....The Kimberley is a vast expanse of territory comprised of some of the most rugged terrain. It's sadly impossible to grasp it’s awe in a single visit but Northwest Regional Airlines can ensure you experience a safe, efficient flight service and see as much of it as possible in your allowable time frame.

Aviair Tours
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Aviair’s fleet of 15 aircraft are fully airconditioned and the best way to explore the Kimberley's natural beauty. With scenic air tours, charters, accommodated air safaris, links to thrilling helicopter flights and walking tours, Aviair can show you the best Northern Australia has to offer.

HeliSpirit Tours
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Take a helicopter flight over the Kimberley. There are ancient sandstone domes over 350 million years old, striped in orange and black. Only from a helicopter can you see the Livistona palm trees clinging to the sides of the deep canyons. Choose from 4 departure points for scenic flights, heli-hikes and overnight stay options.

Kingfisher Tours

Local operator Kingfisher Tours proudly offers the most diverse and complete portfolio of aerial scenic tours and iconic destinations…with the largest fleet of scenic tour aircraft and enthusiastic and knowledgeable local pilots to take you there.

Our tours showcase the spectacular landscape, history, cultural heritage and contemporary enterprise and creativity of the Kimberley region. Your flight with Kingfisher will be one of your most enduring and treasured memories of the Kimberley. It is our pleasure to welcome you on board.

For more information, please contact Kingfisher Tours directly on (08) 9148 2630

Yarliyil Art Centre

Yarliyil Art Centre is based at the Halls Creek Shire Hall, located in Halls Creek on the Great Northern Highway, WA.

Driven by the desire of local artists to practice and express culture through the visual arts, the Centre was formed and first opened in 1998. It later closed for a five-year period, but officially re-opened in November 2010 with instrumental support from the Shire of Halls Creek.

Opening times: 
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and by prior arrangement Saturday & Sunday.

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