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The Flight with the Lot-Full Island Tour

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Phillip Island Helicopters

Phillip Island Helicopters full island tour departs from the airport, turning left at the coast for Cape Woolamai and following the Woolamai Surf Beach, regarded as one of the best surf beaches in the country, before flying around the Cape itself.

Fly over the water towards the San Remo Bridge with great views of San Remo and Newhaven. Following the coast to Rhyll and it's Inlet where migratory birds fly thousands of kilometres to feed. Then it's on to Cowes, Red Rocks Point then Ventnor before the spectacular Nobbies and Seal Rocks come into view. Seal Rocks are home to Australia's largest colony of Fur seal's.

Then heading east, fly past Summerland beach, home to the World famous Penguin Parade then onto Pyramid Rock and the Moto Grand Prix circuit, then wave to the swimmers and surfers on Smiths beach and Surfers Point before returning to the airport.

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  • Departure details: 18/03/16 - 31/12/16

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There is just no other way of experiencing the majestic Phillip Island coastal scenery than from the air with Phillip Island Helicopters.

With years of experience, Phillip Island Helicopters can make your stay on the magnificent island all the more memorable. Allow Phillip Island Helicopters to show you just how beautiful this Island truly is, from the world-renowned Penguin parade and race track to the turquoise waters of Cape Woolamai.

Need to beat the traffic for the Phillip Island Moto Grand Prix, give Phillip Island Helicopters a call.

Phillip Island Helicopters operate a range of helicopters from Phillip Island Airport. Phillip Island Helicopters provides a really affordable once in a lifetime opportunity. For a memorable family activity, nothing beats the excitement of a helicopter flight with Phillip Island Helicopters.

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