Albatross Helicopters provide a range of scenic flights and fishing trips throughout the Top End. Choose from half day tours of Kakadu National Park or Litchfield National Park and enjoy stunning aerial views of magnificent waterfalls, ancient sandstone formations, unusual magnetic termite mounds and vast floodplains teeming with wildlife. Or Albatross Helicopters can tailor an exciting tour to suit your individual requirements.
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From $795 to $1500
Albatross Helicopters exclusive fishing spots are known for their big catches, and they’ll take you straight to where the barra are biting as you swap the thunder of rotors for the quiet/peaceful calm of the riverbank.
Let them tailor a heli-fishing package for you that you’ll never forget.
Fly over the crocodile infested Adelaide River then onto the flood plains to spot wild pigs and buffalo. On this brief but intense helicopter joy flight you will get an insight into one of the Territory’s icons, the saltwater crocodile. Also hear about the other wildlife that is renowned for thriving in this remarkable habitat.
An aerial view of Australia’s northern capital, Darwin. See coastal Darwin, Cullen Bay, Larrakeyah, and Bayview before flying over the historic World War 11 memorials at East Point. Return via Nightcliff and Rapid Creek inlet to Charles Darwin National Park which is notable for its World War II era concrete bunkers. The Park also has a visitors centre and display of World War II memorabilia.
Corroboree Billabong, is part of the Mary River Wetlands, and has one of the largest concentration of saltwater crocodiles in the world. These pristine wetlands are abundant with wildlife and are breathtaking to see from the air.
See the beauty and ruggedness of Darwin, the harbour and its beautiful coastline. An aerial view of this vibrant city with its turquoise blue waters fringed with tropical flora makes for a stunning scenic flight.
Get a brief overview of the history of Darwin including the fascinating World War II stories, this tour is both informative and aesthetically pleasing.
This incredible helicopter tour of some of the most picturesque scenery in the top end takes in billabongs, rivers, floodplains and majestic coastline. There is pristine wilderness as far as the eye can see. Along the way you will hear why the coastal wetlands are one of the rarest and most threatened land systems in the world.
The landscape is abundant in wildlife, you may see crocodiles, buffalo, pigs and a multitude of birdlife, so get your camera ready.
The Northern Territory is famed for its crocodile population both in captivity and in the wild. This combination of tours lets you experience both, giving you an appreciation and awareness for one of the world’s oldest living predators.
The package includes an entry ticket into Crocosaurus Cove where you will see some of the largest in captivity on display and a scenic flight from Darwin to Adelaide River overflying the magnificent wetlands and river systems infested with the Saltwater Crocodile.
The finale is landing at the world famous jumping crocs site for a spectacular ‘Jumping Croc Cruise’ before returning back to Darwin.
Flight time is one hour and a the cruise is one hour.