Halls Creek – Flight Schedule
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|HK 1943||Broome - 10:30am Fitzroy Crossing - 11:40am||Fitzroy Crossing - 11:20am Halls Creek - 12:15pm||-||-||-||-|
|HK 1944||Halls Creek - 3:00pm Fitzroy Crossing - 3:55pm||Fitzroy Crossing - 3:35pm Broome - 4:45pm||-||-||-||-||-|
|HK 1944||Halls Creek - 2:30pm Fitzroy Crossing - 3:25pm||Fitzroy Crossing - 3:05pm Broome - 4.15pm||-||-||-||-||-||-|
Located on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert and the Tanami Desert, 362km south of Kununurra and 2873km north-east of Perth.
Situated in the heart of the Kimberley, Halls Creek is the gateway to a range of world renowned natural attractions, including the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungle ranges of Purnululu National Park.
There are many attractions including the well known Wolfe Creek Crater, averaging about 875 metres in diameter. Nearby there is also Goat Paddock crater, 7 km in diameter and 106 km west-southwest of Halls Creek
Halls Creek offers a fantastic insight into the interesting and spectacular Australian outback.
Covering some 142,908 square kilometres of predominantly desert and pastoral country
The land is crossed by songlines and trading paths stretching from the coasts to the deserts, some passing near the modern town. The story of that long occupation remains alive today and it is revealed in the culture of the Jaru, Kija, Kukatja, Walmajarri, Gooniyandi and other indigenous people who live in Halls Creek shire
- Public Toilets
Halls Creek Visitors Centre – 08 9168 6262
Shire of Halls Creek
Phone: 08 9168 6007
Very friendly staff, my flight ran on time. Plenty of parking available.
Always good service while flying on skippers aircrafts by flight attendants
Have had 2 flights with skippers and the flight both ways was good. friendly staff both on board and ground crew