Lakes Entrance Helicopters

Air, Helicopter and Balloon Tours

Lakes Entrance Helicopters is a premier provider of helicopter services in the East Gippsland region offering a range of Scenic Flights, Heli-Experiences, Charters and tailored helicopter services for events and special occasions.

The focus is for the whole engagement from start to finish to be the best possible experience to make your time enjoyable, memorable and totally amazing.

The small dedicated team are passionate, professional and friendly. They pride themselves in going above and beyond to make your flight unique, informative and personable resulting in unparalleled memories.

Lakes Entrance Helicopters fly a large number of “Bucket List” passengers who share in the awesomeness of the experience. The thrill for first time flyers is wonderful and rewarding to see especially when captured with photos to reminisce and share with family and friends. They have world class views of vast unique inland waterways showcasing Victoria’s own backyard.

Safety is paramount in everything they do — from maintaining their helicopters at the highest possible safety levels to briefing passengers. Lakes Entrance Helicopters are proud of their continued zero incident reputation.

Facilities

Air Air, Helicopter and Balloon Tours Basic Carpark Civil Aviation Safety Authority Customised Disabled access available Family Friendly Paid Wifi Public Toilet Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre

Services

$80

Fly past Fraser Island and Flannagans Island, along Ninety Mile beach toward The Entrance then inland back to the airfield.

Depart the airfield heading south towards Fraser Island, then abeam Flannagans Island, cross over to Ninety Mile beach flying east towards The Entrance then head north back to the airfield.

Carpark Family Friendly Public Toilet

$120

Fly over The Entrance and along Ninety Mile beach to Lake Tyers then inland back to the airfield.

Depart from the airfield heading south towards The Entrance then along Ninety Mile beach towards Lake Tyers. Fly inland back to the airfield.

Carpark Family Friendly Public Toilet

$180

Fly over The Silt Jetties then head towards Paynesville and Raymond Island and back to the airfield.

Gippsland Lakes and Paynesville have a unique character, defined by the presence of the Mitchell River Silt Jetties just off the mainland. These naturally formed silt banks run for over 8 kilometres, making them the second largest silt jetties in the entire world, and the longest in the southern hemisphere.

Depart from the airfield heading west towards The Silt Jetties then onto Paynesville and Raymond Island.

Carpark Family Friendly Public Toilet

$300

Fly over The Silt Jetties then head towards Paynesville, Raymond Island, The Lakes National Park then east along the Ninety Mile beach and back to the airfield.

Gippsland Lakes and Paynesville have a unique character, defined by the presence of the Mitchell River Silt Jetties just off the mainland. These naturally formed silt banks run for over 8 kilometres, making them the second largest silt jetties in the entire world, and the longest in the southern hemisphere.

The Ninety Mile Beach is a sandy stretch of beach on the south-eastern coastline of the East Gippsland region of Victoria in Australia. The beach faces Bass Strait and backs the Gippsland Lakes. The beach is just over 151 kilometres (94 miles) in length, running north-eastward from a spit near Port Albert to the man-made channel at Lakes Entrance.

Depart from the airfield heading west towards The Silt Jetties then onto Paynesville and Raymond Island. Turn east just before Loch Sport and fly along the Ninety Mile beach. See The Entrance before turning north back to the airfield.

Carpark Family Friendly Public Toilet

$420

Fly over The Silt Jetties then head towards Paynesville, Raymond Island, The Lakes National Park then east along the Ninety Mile beach, past The Entrance and onto Lake Tyers before heading inland and back to the airfield.

Gippsland Lakes and Paynesville have a unique character, defined by the presence of the Mitchell River Silt Jetties just off the mainland. These naturally formed silt banks run for over eight kilometres, making them the second largest silt jetties in the entire world, and the longest in the southern hemisphere.

The Ninety Mile Beach is a sandy stretch of beach on the south-eastern coastline of the East Gippsland region of Victoria in Australia. The beach faces Bass Strait and backs the Gippsland Lakes. The beach is just over 151 kilometres (94 miles) in length, running north-eastward from a spit near Port Albert to the man-made channel at Lakes Entrance.

Lake Tyers State Park extends from Lake Tyers Beach to Mount Nowa Nowa. Tall eucalypt forests surround the northern shores of Lake Tyers, and a thin sand spit divides the lake from the ocean.

Carpark Family Friendly Public Toilet

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