A spectacular 20-25 minute coastal flight or 1 hour drive from Melbourne gets you to the Mornington Peninsula. The landscape of sweeping hills, serene bayside views, and acres of vineyards are breathtaking. Surrounded by Port Phillip Bay, Western Port Bay and Bass Strait, the Mornington Peninsula has a unique maritime climate. The region is recognised as one of the best cool-climate wine producing regions in Australia.
A scenic 15 minute helicopter flight from Melbourne, the Yarra Valley is recognised as one of Australia’s best cool climate wine regions best known for producing Chardonnay, sparkling wine and Pinot noir. With a history stretching back around 180 years. Vines were first planted in 1838 by the Ryrie brothers, on their property known today as Chateau Yering. Viticulture spread rapidly through the 1860s and 1870s, today it is a premier food and wine destination flanked by the beauty of the Great Dividing Range.
A coastal 15- 20 minute flight from Melbourne is where you’ll find the newly popular Bellarine, located south-west of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia, surrounded by Port Phillip, Corio Bay and Bass Strait. The Bellarine Peninsula, together with the Mornington Peninsula, separates Port Phillip Bay from Bass Strait. A perfect location to relax and soak in the sun whilst enjoying a local brew or wine at a fabulous restaurant on the shoreline.
Great Ocean Road
For “Bucket List” experience, there is no greater coastline to see than the Great Ocean Road, and what better way to see it than by helicopter flight? Renowned for its rugged natural beauty, shipwreck stories, and surfing culture, its frequently changing and dramatic landscapes and views make this 242 kilometre stretch of road Australia’s most famous coastal journey. Check out our Helicopter day tours.