Experience the thrill of flying in a WWII open cockpit biplane. On take off you will wing your way along the beaches and cliff tops of Torquay and Bells Beach. Awesome.
Don your full flying suit, leather jacket, helmet and goggles just like Biggles and get ready for an unforgettable adventure flight in your own private open cockpit biplane. From take off to landing, you will fly over spectacular beaches and coastline. Truly unforgettable.
Tiger Moth World is located at Torquay Airport by the beach in Torquay which is the official start of the Great Ocean Road. Torquay Airport is a private airfield that was designed and lovingly recreated as a World War II style grass aerodrome specifically for Tiger Moth World's biplane adventure flights. It abuts the beautiful Great Ocean Road foreshore reserve and all the action happens literally metres away from the viewing area.
Flight time is engine start to engine shut down. Times shown are approximate and may vary according to wind conditions and passenger comfort.
Step back in time and let Tiger Moth World Adventure Flights take you on an unforgettable experience.
Tiger Moth World was established in 1989 and operates from its own private airfield in Torquay - the start of the Great Ocean Road. Torquay Airport was developed specifically as a World War II style grass aerodrome for Tiger Moth World's biplane adventure flights.
Climb aboard one of their biplanes for a flight of a lifetime. Be Biggles for a day in a World War II biplane or, if you dare, turn your life upside down with a choice of mild, wild or extreme adrenaline pumping aerobatics.
Whatever flight you choose, you will wing your way along the magical coast of the world famous Great Ocean Road and beyond.
If you prefer, take a spectacular scenic flight in a modern class aircraft for a bird's eye view of the stunning coastline of the Great Ocean Road through to the 12 Apostles.
Please contact Tiger Moth World if you have any queries or would like further information.
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