Tour ID: 10050971
We depart the heliport to the Southeast and fly around magnificent Cape Woolamai. From here we track coastal past the Punchbowl and onto Kilcunda. Out to the left you will have a perfect view of the old trestle bridge. With the wind turbines in view we continue until you will be able to see Victoria’s largest infrastructure project, the Victorian Desalination Plant.
Following the pristine beaches of Bass Coast we fly until we reach the protected waters of Anderson Inlet which are found in the popular tourist destination of Inverloch. Did you know Inverloch is also known for the discovery of Australia's first dinosaur bone.
Turning around we track inland heading for home this time taking in the gorgeous rural views that the Bass Coast provides.
With amazing views of both Bass Strait and Westernport Bay, this is a flight not to be missed. Then it’s back to the airport for more photos with the pilots.
Helicopter souvenirs are available.
Flight time is 36 minutes with the whole experience lasting around 50 minutes.
No Specific Times Daily
We are located at Phillip Island Airport. When you come over the bridge onto Phillip Island keep driving for another 5 mins and you will see the Airport on the left hand side.
Make sure you bring your camera.
Children UNDER the age of 3 may fly free of charge and sit on the lap of an adult. Once 3 years of age children must occupy a seat of their own
Please note: We require a minimum of two passengers to guarantee departure.
Phillip Island Helicopters operate 3 passenger aircraft
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