Bathed in the glow of the setting sun, the scenic twilight helicopter tour flies past the eastern suburban beaches on this 20-25 minute flight. Soar over the Pacific Ocean and take in amazing views of the Sydney skyline and the Sydney Opera House.
What to Expect
Begin your helicopter flight experience with a warm greeting and check-in. Follow this up with a comprehensive safety briefing in a spacious and comfortable lounge prior to boarding.
After the safety briefing, snap a few pictures in front of the helicopter and begin the sensational helicopter tour. Cameras and video recorders can be taken on the helicopter for more fantastic memories over the picturesque Sydney Harbor.
All scenic flights are recorded in real-time using the unique on-board video system incorporating internal and external cameras, as well as a recording of pilot commentary and air traffic control interaction. Take the memories home with you with a Heli-Tour DVD, available for purchase after your flight.
Upon takeoff enjoy full panoramic views of the Sydney skyline, Pacific Ocean, and the historic Port of Botany Bay. Within 3 minutes of departure your pilot will have you soaring above the glistening waters of Maroubra Beach and tracking north over the water at 500 feet.
See the city lights sparkling as your pilot takes advantage of the last light to give you a magical experience. Your pilot will guide your aircraft through the magnificent Sydney Harbor flying past icons such as Manly Cove, Watson's Bay, Rose Bay, Taronga Zoo, the Sydney Harbor Bridge, and the Sydney Opera House.
On the way back fly past some of Sydney’s great sporting arenas including the Sydney Football Stadium, the Sydney Cricket ground, and the Randwick Racecourse. Throughout the flight talk to each other via voice-activated headsets as your pilot provides you with commentary on all the sites below.
- 25-minute twilight helicopter flight from the Sydney Airport showcasing the Icons of Sydney
- Free pickup and drop-off from city hotels
- Complimentary tea or coffee
- World class commentary during the flight from English-speaking pilots