We begin by passing the Bolte Bridge and Docklands, where you'll view the Yarra River as it flows down though the centre of the business district. Take in views of the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel, the Spirit of Tasmania, and the famous St Kilda promenade as the flight continues around to
As we pass the south side of the city the Royal Botanic Gardens come into view, followed by the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground, and finally Melbourne Zoo as you track back to base.
This exclusive helicopter flight puts comfort first with smooth flying helicopters and air-conditioning. There's plenty of photo opportunities during the tour and around the hangar with your pilot.
Available every day, including weekends. Visit melbourneheli.com to book your flights online, or give the office a call.
$196 per person. Minimum 2 passengers per flight.
Exclusive helicopter flight. One front seat on each flight at no extra charge. Flexible times and dates for your flight; no waiting lists or queuing. Air-conditioned helicopters with comfortable seating. Tea and coffee. Plenty of photo opportunities on the tour and around the base with your pilot.
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Please visit www.melbourneheli.com to book your flight.
- Melbourne Docklands
See one of Melbourne's newest cultural hubs from above! Settled in Melbourne's harbour, Docklands boasts a variety of sights like the Melbourne Star, the largest ferris wheel in the southern hemisphere, or Etihad Stadium, where live concerts electrify the packed stands! Fly over the Bolte Bridge for a brilliant view of the City's western face.
- Albert Park Lake
Albert Park Lake, home of the famous Australian Grand Prix Circuit, sits just to the south of Melbourne City Centre. Fly over for a perfect birds-eye view of the popular parkland; lush green parks abeam the far stretching lake make for beautiful sight. See if you can spot Melbourne's Olympic Sports and Aquatic Centre, or the great Grand Prix Circuit itself!
- Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground; perhaps one of the most beloved attractions in Melbourne sits to the east of the central business district. Fondly referred to as 'The G' by the locals; Melbourne Cricket Ground has served as the centrepiece stadium for the Olympics, the Commonwealth Games and two Cricket World Cups. As the largest stadium in Australia and the entire Southern hemisphere, the 'G' is a brilliant sight on your flight around Melbourne.
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