Scope out a grand, remarkably perfect vision of Phillip Island from a helicopter.
- Fly over Cowes, Seal Rocks, Penguins and the Grand Prix Circuit.
- Admire the lush landscapes and biodiversity of Phillip Island from a helicopter.
- Get the big picture with a passenger briefing and great photo opportunities.
- Relax in the hands of friendly, dedicated staff both qualified and experienced.
- Includes experience gift pack with personalised voucher and message card
Phillip Island, at its most glorious, lies in wait for you to discover. Depart from our home base, the Phillip Island Heliport to the Northwest. Conveniently located at roughly a one-hour drive from Melbourne, it’s the gateway to your dream heli-adventure.
From the excellent vantage point of a helicopter, you’ll find staggering views. Look down upon glittering blue ocean and sandy island. The opportunity to discover attractions otherwise inaccessible is now at hand. Watch as the awe-inspiring, serene natural wonderland of Phillip Island rises to meet you. Much of it only accessible by helicopter or ferry, and now all yours. Get a bird-eye view of the seaside village of Rhyll as we head overland for Cowes. The sheer diversity of the island on this great flight will be yours to witness and photograph. Our choppers have clear windows that enable your wildest snap-happy fantasies.
Upon reaching the coast east of Cowes, we’ll swing past the jetty and beach. Check out this popular holiday destination from its best side. We’ll continue on past Red Rocks Point, then on to Ventnor. You'll know we’re almost there by a series of reefs unfolding. And then, suddenly, the spectacular Nobbies and Seal Rocks will emerge into view.
We’ll begin making our way back to the airport. But it’s not over yet. You'll chance upon some more incredible views. The Penguin Parade, Pyramid Rock and the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit. Once we get back to the heliport, grab a couple more snaps with the pilots. Here’s to great views and better memories!
Dates are provided as a guideline and are subject to daily change.