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Whitehaven From Above Tour

Whitehaven From Above

30 Minute Helicopter Tour

AUD$399.00pp (3rd seat AUD$200.00)

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Let us take you to one of Australia’s best and world recognised landmark, Whitehaven Beach. Take in the view of all 74 Whitsunday Islands as we make our way passed Hamilton Island, Hazelwood Island and more, before show casing the second most photographed destination in Australia ‘Hill inlet’.


Whitehaven From Above Tour Map
Fly past Mount Rooper.
Fly over Daydream Island.
Fly over North and South Molle Islands.
Fly over Whitsunday Island.
Fly over Hill Inlet (Part of Whitsunday Island).
Fly over Whitehaven Beach (Part of Whitsunday Island).
Fly over Chalkies Beach (Part of Haslewood Island).
Fly over Hamilton Island.
Fly over Long Island.
Fly over Shute Harbour.

Fly Over: Shute Harbour

As we fly past Mount Rooper and over Shute Harbour, the gateway to The Whitsundays, you’ll be likely to see a ferry or two on their way out to the islands. Additionally, you’ll see some of the smaller reefs and islands that surround the coast.

Fly Over: South Molle Island

The first of the big Islands we pass by will be South Molle Island. Looking a bit further to the south and you’ll also spot Long Island.

Fly Over: Whitsunday Island

Whitsunday Island is the largest island in the Whitsundays, covering an area of 275.08 km² In addition to it’s magnificent fringing reefs and beaches. Whitsunday Island boasts some of most beautiful scenery in the world, with the pure white sands of Whitehaven Beach and the twisting blue waters of Hill Inlet, both of which are just around the corner.

Fly Over: Whitehaven Beach

Whitehaven Beach is best recognised by it’s brilliant white sands and turquoise waters, thought to have been brought to the beach over millions of years by prevailing sea currents. Across from Whitehaven Beach, on Haslewood Island you’ll also find Chalkie’s Beach, with it’s fringing reef system home to a variety of fish and sea turtles Whitehaven Beach is about as picturesque as they get, so make sure you have your camera ready!

Fly Over: Hill Inlet

Just north of Whitehaven Beach we’ll see Hill Inlet, with it’s turquoise waters and swirling sands, which are best viewed from the skies.

Fly Past: Whitsunday Island National Park

As we begin our return to the mainland, we’ll fly over Whitsunday Island and it’s mountainous terrain. Once we reach the West side of the island, there will be more reefs and some smaller beaches, one of which being Dugong Beach, where you might just catch a glimpse of some Dugong or Turtles.

Fly Over: Molle Islands

Before reaching the mainland we do another fly by past North and South Molle Islands, with Whitsunday Island and Long Island out in the distance.