Uncover the dramatic sand dunes of Stockton Beach and the idyllic Port Stephens from a unique perspective as you take to the skies during this scenic helicopter flight. As you glide through the sky, you'll marvel at the unlimited picturesque views that these holiday havens have to offer.
Renowned for its spectacular natural beauty and the largest sand dunes in the Southern Hemisphere, Stockton Beach is a marvellous sight to see from above. At 500 feet, fly over the awe-inspiring dunes and uncover the remains of MV Sygna, a 53,000 tonne Norweigan bulk carrier which crashed landed in 1974 and the historical town of Tin City emerging from the dunes. As you leave the majestic hills behind, you'll cruise over the idyllic Port Stephens, home to an abundance of marine life such as whales, dolphins and sharks. It is not uncommon to spot these animals playing about in their natural habits, so keep an eye out along this stretch of waters. During the flight, you will glide over the eastern boundaries of the bay with stunning views of Anna Bay, Final light house, Mount Tomaree National Park before returning to Newcastle.
Bookings are essential.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This experience runs with a minimum of two and a maximum of three passengers per flight.
Family and friends are welcome to join you at the venue and watch from the fence line.
If adverse weather conditions prevent a safe and comfortable flight, your pilot will postpone the flight and either refund or reschedule your booking to another suitable day.
Please wear comfortable clothing.
Due to Aviation Weight Restrictions, all participants body and luggage weights must be advised for the reservation to be confirmed. Should the participants advised weight vary by more than 10% for any individual, the experience provider reserves the right to refuse carriage on that flight. Flights cannot be taken by anyone who has conducted a scuba dive in the 12 hours prior to flight. Divers must notify the pilot and ground crew if a scuba dive has been conducted in the past 24 hours. This is to ensure the safety of the passenger at all times.
This experience takes place in Port Stephens, NSW.