Take in some of Victoria's highest mountain peaks. Many are surrounded by the Alpine National Park, which is part of the Great Dividing Range stretching along the eastern edge of the Australian continent. Climb over the Mount Buller Ski Resort and Mount Stirling before landing at Craig's Hut for refreshments.
Fly to the magnificent Dandongadale Falls, Cobbler Plateau and Mt Buggery. See close up the ancient and rugged formations of "The Crosscut Saw". Fly over Mount Howitt at 1742 metres above sea level to the shear cliffs of Mount Magdala and "The Bluff". Descend into the Howqua River valley and land beside the river for lunch. Return via Timbertop Saddle to Mansfield.
This tour takes three hours plus.
Alpine Helicopter Charter specialises in providing a variety of high quality helicopter scenic tours and charter services in and around Victoria's High Country and Alpine region.
Based at Mansfield in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, the scenery is stunning from the moment you take-off. Their tours are personal, informative and relaxing yet adventurous as you experience helicopter flight within this magnificent landscape.
Enjoy the thrill of a remote landing at a picturesque location. There is time for a leisurely walk and photos followed by a bottle of quality local wine with cheese and crackers. In the cooler months you may prefer a hot chocolate or cappuccino with muffins which are included in their tours.
They can customise a flight to suit your requirements, which may be anything from enhancing your recreational activities, saving you time or they can arrange a lunch in a great location.
Your helicopter is a Robinson R44 renowned for its safety, excellent performance and smooth flight. It has comfortable seating for three adult passengers plus your pilot. Each passenger has a window seat with exceptional visibility. High quality headsets are worn by all for easy communication and to hear your pilots commentary.
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