Brisbane City Highlights Helicopter Flight

BrisbaneHelicopter Flight
Duration: 45 Mins

45 Minute Scenic Helicopter Ride Of The Brisbane City.



per person
Minimum 2 Passengers
3rd Passenger Flies FREE!
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The Brisbane highlights has it all! After you strap in and the engines start we will head for the Brisbane East Coast. As we travel along the coast you can see the famous archipelago in the East, made up of the Stradbroke and Moreton Islands. In the crystal clear waters between you and the islands, you may be lucky enough to some marine life!

After you have travelled up the coast for a while, the pilot will turn in towards the Brisbane City. From a distance, you will be able to the Brisbane CBD towers from the helicopter. Arriving in the Brisbane City is the most exciting part of the flight! Along the way, you will see the changes in landscapes as the area becomes more urban.

On arriving in the city you will be at 1000 feet, from this height you will be only a few hundred feet above the highest tower in the CBD. You will take 2 or 3 laps of the city and from the window of your helicopter, you can sometimes see people waving at you from the tall buildings. You will enjoy amazing views of the buildings, The Story Bridge, Southbank, the stadiums and the Brisbane Eye! There are plenty of other things to see in the area, before you head to Mt. Coot-tha on your way back to Archerfield Airport.


Max passenger weight: 120kgs
Bookings are for individual passengers
Media package with video/pictures available
Flight commencement subject to clear weather conditions


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100% refund
7 business days or less
no refunds


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