Sunshine Coast Scenic Helicopter Flight, 18 Minutes, Departing Caloundra
See Queensland from above with this adventure-seeker’s 15-minute scenic Sunshine Coast helicopter flight. With the perfect seat to take in the views and enjoy the thrill, you won’t want this experience to end!
Departing from Caloundra in groups of 2 or 4, you’ll see spectacular views over the famous Kings beach, before heading south to circle the northern point of sandy Bribie Island, where you’ll capture spectacular views of the Sunshine Coast’s fabulous golden beaches and crystal-clear waters.
Discover the bird’s eye view of the active Point Cartwright lighthouse and cruise back along the coast, where swooping closer to ground level you may be lucky and spot local wildlife! With your experienced pilot’s commentary coming in clear through a headset, you’ll experience a guided tour from the skies – perfect for the avid adventurer.
This experience is subject to availability, operating Friday to Sunday. You are required to arrive at least 10 minutes before your departure time. The experience takes between 15 and 18 minutes. Flights can be shared by up to four people, including 2 groups of 2 passengers. It is recommended you make your own insurance provisions for the experience, in case of unforeseen circumstances.
In the event of bad weather, you should expect this experience to go ahead unless otherwise stated by your experience provider. If your experience is cancelled due to bad weather, your provider will contact you and arrange a rescheduled time and date.
Cancellations or changes must be arranged directly with the experience provider and are at their discretion. You may reschedule your booking up to 1 week prior to the experience date at no extra charge. Between 1 week and 48 hours prior to your experience date, you will incur a $50 charge to reschedule. Within 48 hours of your experience, or in the case of no shows or late arrivals, the experience is forfeited and participants are not entitled to a refund or reschedule.
Caloundra (Sunshine Coast)