Travel by Air and Scenic Flights
The Aussie Over 50s Guide to Seeing Australia from the Air!
Whether it is in a hot-air balloon, helicopter or a conventional small plane you will enjoy the view of Australia from above. And there are so many ideas to choose from.
Air Flight Travel: Home and Abroad
Sightseeing by Air
To see scenic views of the city by day or night from the window of a plane can be awe inspiring and well worth the fare and to fly over the many pristine beaches or tropical mountain ranges of northern Australia will be a memory you will never forget.
Outback Tour Flights
View spectacular scenery like Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the Olgas, the Bungle Bungle Range and other Pilbara/Kimberley gorges from the air and take in the full exhibition of their beauty.
Helicopter Joy Flights
If you have never had a joy flight in a helicopter then you are missing out on a very exciting option for sightseeing, besides the usual over city sights, there are flights that take you over vineyards, or over snow capped mountains, over famous landmarks, or day trips to nearby islands that include lunch and sometimes bus sightseeing trips before the return flight home.
Hot Air Balloons
Try something totally different, watch as the first sunrays peep over the mountains and get a birdseye view as you float silently over the countryside, feel the breezes blow against your face while you take photos of breath taking views.
Balloon Flight over Northam Western Australia; photo Scott Phillipe
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