Scenic Flight 6 - Kilcunda, Wonthaggi & Inverloch
- Duration: 36 Minutes (approx.)
- Location: Newhaven, Victoria
- Product code: FLT6
Covid Update September 16th 2021
We will be returning to the skies from this Saturday, September 18th, 2021. Please note we are only able to welcome guests from Regional Victoria at this time. Melbourne Metro visitors hang tight we hope to be able to see you soon.
To comply with current regulations for tour transport we ask that all adult passengers wear a mask whilst onboard the aircraft and in our office please. All guests visiting our premises will be asked to provide identification showing that you reside in Regional Victoria. We appreciate your cooperation.
Phillip Island Helicopters operates with an approved Covid Safe Plan and will continue to clean and disinfect in accordance with guidance from WorkSafe Australia and the public health authority. To protect the safety and wellbeing of our customers and staff we will be providing hand sanitiser stations, handwashing facilities.
As per the contact tracing guidelines you will be asked to scan the contact tracing QR code supplied.
Note, only passengers known to each other will be flown together.
For up-to-date health information, visit https://www.vic.gov.au/coronavirus
*Minimum 2 passengers apply to all flights. Please note we operate 3 passenger aircraft. Should your booking exceed 3 passengers your group will be travelling on more than 1 aircraft.
We depart the heliport to the Southeast and fly around magnificent Cape Woolamai. From here we track coastal past the Punchbowl and onto Kilcunda. Out to the left you will have a perfect view of the old trestle bridge. With the wind turbines in view we continue until you will be able to see Victoria’s largest infrastructure project, the Victorian Desalination Plant.
Following the pristine beaches of Bass Coast we fly until we reach the protected waters of Anderson Inlet which are found in the popular tourist destination of Inverloch. Did you know Inverloch is also known for the discovery of Australia's first dinosaur bone.
Turning around we track inland heading for home this time taking in the gorgeous rural views that the Bass Coast provides.
With amazing views of both Bass Strait and Westernport Bay, this is a flight not to be missed. Then it’s back to the airport for more photos with the pilots.
Approximate Flight Time 36 minutes
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