Special price from AUD $ 1,099.00
👉 Flight time approx. 20 minutes (total experience time including on-ground time approx. 35 minutes)
👉 Online bookings with live availability (See calendar below)
👉 City, Broadwater and Hinterland views including the iconic Q1 Hotel, Jewel Gold Coast, Burleigh Headlands, Tallebudgera Creek, Elephant Rocks, Coolangatta & Point Danger
👉 Luxury Airbus Helicopter with air conditioning
👉 Take photos and videos at your own leisure (DSLR, Tablets and Phone Cameras are all allowed onboard)
👉 Highly experienced and trained pilots
👉 Australia’s largest privately-owned heliport with state of the art terminal
👉 We only use turbine helicopters for additional safety
👉 No minimum age required to fly
👉 Exclusive use of helicopter (it’ll only be you and your family aboard for the flight!)
Tour 9 Departs from Sea World Helicopter’s terminal, then begins by climbing over the Broadwater before crossing the coast over the golden sands of Main Beach. Once the helicopter reaches the coastline, you will begin your journey south, passing some of the Gold Coast’s most iconic sights including towering high-rises and stretching coastal beaches. After experiencing the cities coastal views, you will then fly inland towards Robina Town Centre and witness distant views of Mt Tamborine, Springbrook National Park and the rest of Gold Coasts spectacular hinterland. You will then head further south before turning around over the Gold Coast Airport taking in views of Point Danger and Coolangatta. The journey back will showcase stunning views of Currumbin Creek, Elephant Rocks, Tallebudgera Creek, Burleigh Heads National Park, the Q1 and Porpoise Point. For the final leg of Tour 4, you will fly over South Stradbroke Island and descend over the Broadwater.
Total experience time of Tour 8 is approximately 20 minutes.
This scenic tour can also be purchased as a gift voucher to give to your loved ones. At checkout, you will be asked if this is a gift – select ‘yes’ or ‘no’ accordingly.
Flight paths and journey time may vary depending on flying conditions and Air Traffic Control.