Get ready for the ultimate helicopter ride that takes you over all of the Gold Coast, soaring at up to 1500 feet.
- Follow the Gold Coast in a totally unique and awesome way
- Fly at just 500 feet above the sandy Main Beach
- Gaze in wonderment at the breathtaking Tweed and Currumbin Valleys
- Experience the ride of a lifetime
Departing from Gold Coast Airport, your helicopter climbs and tracks south to the Beautiful Tweed River. Here take in the amazing views down to Byron Bay and up north along the beautiful Sun-kissed Gold Coast beaches to Surfers Paradise.
Track out over to Cook Island aquatic reserve, a protected marine park discovered by “Captain James Cook” a famous English navigator in 1770, who named the Island “Cook Island” after nearly being ship wrecked in the area.
This marine park is home to a vast array or marine animals such as Dolphins, turtles, sharks and even whales during whale season. Make sure you have your camera ready!
We descend at Fingal Headland, rush North along the magnificent beaches, watching the local surfers at the famous Snapper Rocks, home of the “Quick Silver Pro” surfing contest and Kirra Beach.
Be amazed as we rush by the high rise towers of Surfers Paradise. At the same time, be sure not to miss seeing many Gold Coast icons like Jupiter’s Casino, the towering Q1 Building, Sea World, and the Mega Yachts at Marina Mirage Marina.
At Main Beach, we climb and return at 1,000 feet, to track over head Surfers Paradise and fly by the top of the Q1 Tower. Look far below to see the 895 kms of man made canals that meander all over the Coast. Look west and you will see Mount Warning and the lush green hinterland, before touching back down at the Gold Coast Airport.
This flight is the best way to see the extensive man made canals and waterfront homes of the Gold Coast, as well as our great beaches and lush green hinterland. Come and experience it for yourself, from a totally different perspective.
There is simply no other way to see the entire Gold Coast.
I wish it was a 3 hour flight, but alas