- Soar above one of Australia’s most-visited coastline
- Incomparable views of these iconic landmarks
The Twelve Apostles, towering limestone stacks off Port Campbell National Park, are among
the most-visited natural landmarks in Australia. The name is actually a little misleading -
there were only ever nine stacks, and one of them has now collapsed due to water erosion,
but what’s certainly true is that you will not get a better view of them than by helicopter.
You can see the apostles from the Great Ocean Road, but nowhere near as well as you can
by air. This awesome helicopter flight over the Twelve Apostles takes you over the most
spectacular scenery in Victoria.
Over the course of a 15-minute flight, with a live commentary from your pilot, you can
admire superb panoramas over Port Campbell National Park, Shipwreck Coast and London
Bridge, and Bay of Islands, a set of smaller limestone stacks that seem to float in the
ocean in the distance. Other famous sights include Loch Ard Gorge, the Sentinel and the Arch. You don’t need to wear anything special for a helicopter flight but a camera is vital - the sense of awe is provided free of charge!