From the 12 Apostles Helicopters Heliport, launch into a flight experience not to be missed.
This flight includes the 12 Apostles, plus you will travel further along the majestic coast to London Bridge, which collapsed in 1990 leaving two people stranded on the newly formed island. Along the way take in Two Mile Bay, The Arch, Point Hesse and more.
On this flight you will see the 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, Bakers Oven, Sentinel Rock, Port Campbell, Two Mile Bay, The Arch and London Bridge.
12 Apostles Helicopters duration of the flight is 15 minutes (45 kilometre round tour).
Fares are per person and require a minimum of two passengers per flight.
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Visit the 12 Apostles Helicopters website to find out more or to make a booking.
Join 12 Apostles Helicopters for a breathtaking flight over the most beautiful scenery in Australia. Perhaps a journey over the 12 Apostles, a flight to the Bay of Islands via London Bridge, or take in the beauty of the entire Shipwreck Coast all the way to the Cape Otway Lighthouse.
12 Apostles Helicopters offers the highest level of safety and service to make this a day you will never forget.
Conveniently located directly behind the 12 Apostles Visitor Centre, so why not walk over and see the new heliport. While aboard a scenic flight of your choice, enjoy an informative commentary on the unique rock formations and history of the Shipwreck Coast by one of their experienced pilots in the fleet of luxury helicopters.
Bookings are not essential, but are recommended and can be made on the website.
In summer, 12 Apostles Helicopters will be open from the first Sunday in October to the first Saturday in April, open 10:00am, closing at 6:30pm. In winter, 12 Apostles Helicopters will be open from the first Sunday in April to the first Saturday in October, open 9:00am, closing at 4:30pm.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
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