Our scenic flights can take you where you've never been before. We offer scenic flights to, and around Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the Glasshouse Mountains. Explore south-east Queensland by air today!
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City West 20
For this short scenic flight, you will depart from Archerfield (1) towards Mt Coot-Tha (2). You will enjoy a juxtaposition of sights as the natural beauty of the area is contrasted against the spectacular Brisbane skyline.
City East 20
This short scenic flight departs from Archerfield (1) towards the coastal region, near Redland Bay, via Mt Cotton (2). During this flight, you'll get sweeping views of the Brisbane city skyline, as well as beautiful views of the oceanic coast.
City East 40
During this scenic flight you will depart east, past Mount Cotton (2), towards Russle Island (3). From there, you will fly out to the world’s second largest sand island - North Stradbroke Island - and further north, towards Peel Island (4). You can try your luck at marine animal spotting as the surrounding islands are home to animals such as turtles, dugongs, bottlenose dolphins, and many more. From there you will track back to Archerfield (1) from the east.
City Loop 60
Departing north from Archerfield (1), via Lake Samsonvale (4), you'll track past Mount Coot-tha (3) towards the Beachmere region. This flight encompasses 360-degree views of Brisbane city (2) as well coastal and lake views from the air. From there, you'll fly to Moreton Island (6) via Redcliffe (5). You'll get a bird’s eye view of the Tangalooma Shipwrecks. The wrecks include old Harbours and Marine Department steam driven dredges and barrages. In 1963, these were intentionally sunk by the Queensland government to provide safe anchorage for recreational boat owners. From here, you'll continue south along the Island (7) where you'll return to Archerfield via Peel Island.
Gold Coast 45
For this scenic flight to the Gold Coast, you'll depart south, past Mount Tamborine (2) and Dreamworld (3) towards Nerang and then fly northwards along the coast at a low level. You'll get a very close look at the Gold Coast’s skyline (4) including one of the world’s largest residential building - Q1. You'll also get a close look at the beautiful beaches Gold Coast has to offer. From there, you'll return to Archerfield (1) via Mount Cotton (5).
Departing south from Archerfield (1), you'll fly south, past Dreamworld (2), where you'll get a close look at the Gold Coast’s incredible skyline (3). From here, you'll fly north along the coast at a low level (4), and get a close look at the beaches, buildings and blue ocean. You'll then continue north to see North and South Stradbroke Island. These islands were joined until 1895, when a forceful storm caused the separation of the Island, creating a channel between the two - called Jumpinpin. From here, you'll return to Archerfield via Peel Island (5) and Mount Cotton (6); getting a glimpse of the Brisbane skyline on your way back.
Throughout this longer scenic tour you'll enjoy a vast range of views. You'll depart north and get a close look at the Brisbane city skyline (2) and Mount Coot-tha (3), before continuing to track north. You'll pass over Lake Samsonvale (4) before taking in breathtaking views of geological history: the Glass House Mountains (5). These mountains were formed around 25 million years ago by volcanic activity in the region. From here, you track back to Archerfield (1) via the northern coastlines (6) and Redcliffe (7).
Seasonal: July - October
Departing East from Archerfield, you'll see the Brisbane city skyline and the Bay Islands. From Stradbroke Island you'll fly low level along Main Beach in search of migrating Humpback whales. you'll return to Archerfield via Jumpinpin. There are no guarantee's that you will spot whales.