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Discover the wonders of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park by air. This 60-minute scenic flight offers window seats for all passengers and encompasses incredible views of the iconic Three Sisters rock formation, Megalong Valley, Katoomba and beyond.
This spectacular scenic flight encompasses the best of the Blue Mountains National Park. Departing Bankstown Airport, you will track west towards the destination, witnessing a constantly changing landscape below. Your pilot will dip down to show off the beauty of Warragamba Dam and Burragorang Valley, following Lake Warragamba all the way to Katoomba and the famous Three Sisters rock formation. Here you will circle around for 360 degree views of the magnificent natural landscape, seizing the opportunity to take photos and soak it all in. On the return journey, you will discover the intriguing sandstone cliffs and vibrant blue tones of the Megalong Valley.
This experience is dependent on weather conditions, if the weather on the day is deemed unsuitable by your pilot, you will be contacted and the flight will be rescheduled.
Once the experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the provider and are arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Between 2-6 passengers. The option of having a private flight is available for an additional fee.
This experience is dependent on weather conditions. If the weather on the day is deemed unsuitable by your pilot, you will be contacted and the flight will be rescheduled.
Dress comfortably. Sunglasses are advised as conditions are often bright and glaring.
The experience departs from Sydney's Bankstown Airport and visits the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains.