*2021 Season currently paused*
The Garaanngaddim Rock Art Experience is currently on pause whilst our tour partners Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventures are working on re-establishing a helicopter fleet for scenic flights at the Horizontal Falls. We will post updates here, thank you for your patience.
Join us at this hidden location that has never before been open to visitors
At the Horizontal Falls.
Accessible only by helicopter, experience a breathtaking scenic flight over folded giants, swim at an untouched waterhole beneath an ancient rock art cave.
Visit the Country that some say time forgot...but the people never did. Our guides will share with you their knowledge of the art, which has been passed down for generations. Have the experience of a lifetime as you chopper over the Horizontal Falls, the spectacular folded and indented coastline stretching below you. Land in untouched wilderness, where your Jilinya guide will welcome you. Cool off in the hidden adjacent pool, knowing you are one of only a handful who have ever made it here.
Bookings can be made in advance by contacting Jilinya Adventures, or on the day at the Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventure's platform. Simply enquire with Robyn or any of the Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventures crew whilst on your Horizontal Falls tour!
Duration: 1 hour 30 mins
Tour departs: Horizontal Falls Platform
Cost: 2021 dates & prices to come
Numbers: Min. 3 pax max. 12 pax
Tour is lead by knowledgable Wandjina people from the Worrorra tribe.
- Scenic helicopter flight
- Ochre ceremony
- Full interpretive tour of cave and Wandjina rock art
- Smoking ceremony
- Opportunity to purchase local Wandjina arts and crafts
Why you should join us on this Tour.
Jilinya Adventures offers you the rare privilege to experience and learn about lore and culture directly from the custodians themselves. The living cultures of Australia’s Aboriginal people span more than 60,000 years. Your Jilinya guides belong to the Worrorra language group, whose homelands stretch from Cone Bay in the southwest to the Prince Regent River in the north. Worrorra people follow the Wandjina, their god, law-maker and creator. Images of Wandjina are painted in caves throughout the Kimberley, recording the stories and knowledge of the ancient culture in stone. We invite you to come and visit these ancient yet still living rock art galleries, guided by Jilinya Adventures.