Rough & rugged Tasman Peninsula seen from a helicopter
Huge cliffs of Cape Pillar & Ship Stern Bluff's giant waves
Natural sights like beautiful Crescent Bay & Remarkable Cave
Picturesque & unique aerial perspective of the entire region
Experienced pilot provides insightful commentary as you fly
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided helicopter flight over the Tasman Peninsula
Live tour commentary provided in English
Headset for tour commentary
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Know Before You Book
Children 3 and younger must sit on a parent's lap.
Children 15 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult.
You must weigh less than 286 pounds (130 kg). A seat surcharge will apply for any single passenger weighing more than 242 pounds (110 kg), and any 2 passengers traveling on the same booking with a combined weight of more than 396 pounds (180 kg).
Maximum combined total flying weight is 992 pounds (450 kg).
At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place.
Maximum group size is 5 people.
This activity begins in Port Arthur, which is approximately a 90-minute drive from the center of Hobart. You must make your own way to the meeting point.
Check-in is 15 minutes prior to your booked flight start time.
What you can expect
See the Tasman Peninsula in all its glory during this scenic helicopter flight over the region. An experienced pilot takes you soaring over famous natural and manmade sites, including the Port Arthur Historic Site, Cape Pillar, Crescent Bay, and Ship Stern Bluff.
Your journey through the sky begins after meeting your pilot and getting buckled into your seat in the helicopter. Lift off the ground and watch the world shrink below you as you ascend smoothly and begin coasting over the Tasman Peninsula, your pilot providing commentary on the way. First head south, passing over the former penal settlement of Port Arthur Historic Site to the tip of Cape Pillar. Marvel at the cape's colossal, sheer cliffs, which tower as high as 984 feet (300 m) over the water.
Fly next to Cape Raoul, catching sight of the gorgeous Crescent Bay, fascinating Remarkable Cave, and Carnavon Bay's shack community on the way. From Cape Raoul, which sits at the southernmost part of the Tasman Peninsula, look for brave surfers toughing out the southern swell in hopes of catching the enormous waves of Ship Stern Bluff. Savor the views on the picturesque flight back to your starting point.