Phillip Island Helicopters operate scenic flights over the impressive coastline of Phillip Island. Passing over Smiths Beach, Surfers Point and Cunningham Bay, this tour presents spectacular views of the Phillip Island Moto Grand Prix track.
Flying overland to Berrys Reef, past Kitty Miller Bay and Summerland Beach, before arriving at seal rocks, home to the Phillip Island penguins.
Seal Rocks is the home to up to 20,000 Australian Fur Seals, the largest colony in Australia.
You will then fly along the coast, with fantastic island views, back to the airport.
Flight time is 16 minutes.
Prices are per person. Minimum of two passengers per flight. Children under three years of age may fly free of charge. Maximum weight is 130 kilograms per person.
Approx 16 minute flight time
There is just no other way of experiencing the majestic Phillip Island coastal scenery than from the air with Phillip Island Helicopters.
Phillip Island Helicopters operate scenic flights over Australia's most varied coastline with prices starting from just $90 per person. There are seven flights to choose from, (eight minutes to 42 minutes) all with unprecedented views of the spectacular scenery.
Highlights include the world-renowned Phillip Island Penguin Parade, the Phillip Island Moto GP Track, Cowes and some amazing surf beaches. Or maybe you are looking at doing something out of the ordinary, if so we can tailor a flight to suit your needs.
With years of experience, Phillip Island Helicopters can make your stay on the magnificent island all the more memorable. Allow Phillip Island Helicopters to show you just how beautiful Phillip Island truly is.
Phillip Island Helicopters can arrange helicopter transfers from Melbourne to Phillip Island for any event or occasion, just give them a call.
Phillip Island Helicopters provides a really affordable once in a lifetime opportunity. For a memorable family activity, nothing beats the excitement of a helicopter flight with Phillip Island Helicopters.
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