Tiger Moth Scenic Joy Flights - The ultimate way to see Melbourne's beautiful coastline and city. Why not try some aerobatics while you are there?
Take a step back in time as you climb aboard one of our award winning 1940's WWII Tiger Moths.
You will look the part wearing our leather flying helmet, goggles, and flying jacket as you feel the wind in your face and experience the freedom of open cockpit flying.
This 45 min flight takes you along the coastline of Port Phillip Bay over Williamstown and the Westgate Bridge, along the Yarra River to the city! Look out for a game on at the MCG – great view!.
Then turn back out to the coast where you will head out over St Kilda and up to Brighton Yacht Club, it is here that you journey turns 180deg and heads back along the coast all the way to Point Cook..
From the front seat of the Tiger Moth you can experience the same sensations and excitement as a WW1 pilot experienced in his open cockpit bi-plane fighter more than 90 years ago.
I am glad I added the mild aerobatics deal to my 45 min joy flight. I felt safe at times thanks to some great briefing before hand and excellent communication during the flight. I am planning on doing this again as there is far more to see than one can take in first time around.
Was my 80th Birthday Present from my family. I had a fantastic flight and I enjoyed every minute.
Everything about this adventure is fantastic except for the DVD which is a complete waste of money at $140. Shot via GoPro's its overlayed with crap music, edited poorly, you can't hear conversation or audio between pilot and passenger and it doesn't show any of the scenery visible from the plane which is probably because they don't follow flight route as advertised. DVD is worth maybe a quarter of what is charged ($40 max).
I was looking forward to doing and it didnt disapoint me . The experience was great . Looking forward to chosing another thrill
Pilot Andrew was very accommodating and I would recommend this experience to anyone seeking a joy flight over Melbourne and the surrounding bay areas.
Point Cook (Melbourne)