Prices vary depending on the number of people wanting to fly. Your flight is subject to weather and passenger weights. Maximum combined passenger weight cannot exceed 200kg.
Flights to the from the 12 Apostles. Landing at the 12 Apostles to view from the ground and air Free parking at Barwon heads Airport
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Flights are flown with bookings. Bookings are available 7 days a week. Your flight must be within day light hours
Barwon Heads is the entry to the magnificent Lake Coonwarrie. The coastline is unique and spectacular. Combine this with the entrance to Melbourne via sea Barwon Heads is a beautiful part of the tour.
Torquay is well known for its beaches, surf, and limestone reefs. You're along the way includes the scenery of Point Impossible Beach and area of Breamlea
A world-famous surf beach, Bells Beach is the home to some of the best surf in Victoria.
An area designated as a Marine National Park, Point Addis is blessed with beautiful beaches large limestone and sandstone cliffs. The area of Point Addis is the best scene by the air.
Aireys Inlet is a location that has spectacular scenery, comprising large beaches, Historical lighthouses, limestone pillars protruding from the ocean, and the Eagle Rock Marine Sanctuary make up some of the best scenery of Victoria.
One of the Great Ocean Roads premier holiday locations. The golden beaches, Ocean views and pristine coastline makes for some of best views along the Surf Coast and Great Ocean Road
Cape Otway Lighthouse is the oldest surviving lighthouse on mainland Australia and considered the most significant. Built in 1848, the lighthouse known as the ‘Beacon of Hope,’ sits 90 metres above the pristine ocean of Bass Strait. For many thousands of 19th century migrants, who spent months travelling to Australia by ship, Cape Otway was their first sight of land after leaving Europe, Asia and North America.
The home to the rusting anchors of the Marie Gabrielle and Fiji Ship Wrecks. The rugged and dangerous coastline claimed hundreds of lives during the mid to late 1800's Story of the Marie Gabrielle Wreck occurred: 1869 The large steel hulled French registered and crewed barque ran aground at 1 am on Wreck Beach just west of Moonlight Head. The crew waited until daylight and all got to shore safely in the ships boat. 4 crew members stayed with the boat with the remainder heading west along the coast bound for Cape Otway. Without water and food and faring badly by the third day the crew came across the light keepers children on a beach below the lighthouse. A rescue party was sent to recover the remaining crew and all were hosted locally for over a month until the twice yearly lighthouse supply boat could return them to Melbourne. Mystery surrounds the fate of South Pacific islanders that were also crew on the boat
Created by constant erosion of the limestone cliffs of the mainland beginning 10–20 million years ago, the stormy Southern Ocean and blasting winds gradually eroded the softer limestone, forming caves in the cliffs. The caves eventually became arches and when they collapsed rock stacks up to 45 metres high were left isolated from the shore. Your flight takes in the majestic beauty of the Apostles before landing just a short walk away. Spend the next 1 hour or so walking the beaches, touring the visitors centre, all while making beautiful memories with friends or family
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