Balloon Aloft Camden

Air, Helicopter and Balloon Tours

Almost 40 years of flying in Australia! In 1980, Balloon Aloft offered the very first passenger balloon flights in Australia and 40 years later are still delivering the highest quality balloon flights and service.

All flights conclude with a delicious buffet breakfast and champagne celebration.

Balloon Aloft gift vouchers are available for purchase and can be open dated, valid for 12 months and can be used at any of the New South Wales locations for that extra flexibility.

When it comes to service, Balloon Aloft aims for the sky!


Service Types

Air, Helicopter and Balloon Tours




Australian Tourism Export Council Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre


Australian Tourism Accreditation China Ready Accreditation Civil Aviation Safety Authority


From $269 to $319

Fly over the glorious Camden Valley enjoying views of the historic Macarthur region.

A flight with Balloon Aloft is the perfect gift for any special occasion – whether it is a romantic engagement or wedding, a birthday, anniversary or Christmas gift.

For an idyllic weekend adventure, fly in the beautiful Camden Valley, where commercial ballooning first began in Australia.

Just 55 minutes south west of Sydney’s city centre, whether you are looking for a weekend getaway, or celebrating a special occasion you will leave revitalised, with your head in the clouds!

The morning begins one hour before sunrise.

Disabled Access

Carpark Non Smoking Public Toilet

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John Oxley Cottage

John Oxley Cottage

Elderslie, Camden

Keith Longhurst Reserve - The Basin

Georges River Nature Reserve

Kentlyn, Campbelltown

The sensory garden in Curry Reserve is maintained by Camden Council. With a variety of seasonal and ever green plantings, including edible herbs and citrus. The garden varies in appearance by season.

Curry Reserve

Elderslie, Camden

Lawn bowling field

The Greens – Ingleburn Bowling Club

Ingleburn, Campbelltown

Rider scooter tricks

Korrupt Skate Park


O'Hares Creek lookout, Dharawal National Park. Photo: J Erskine

O’Hares Creek Lookout

Wedderburn, Campbelltown

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