Swan River Seaplane, Margaret River, Western Australia © Swan River Seaplanes

Margaret River, Western Australia © Swan River Seaplanes

Exclusive experiences in Australia’s skies

Sydney Seaplanes flight over the Sydney coastline © Sydney Seaplanes

Sydney Seaplanes, Sydney Harbour, New South Wales © Sydney Seaplanes

Did you know?

Qantas operated a seaplane service out of Sydney’s Rose Bay until 1955.

Friends sit around a campfire at Kangaluna Camp in the Gawler Ranges © South Australian Tourism Commission

Kangaluna Camp, Gawler Ranges, South Australia © South Australian Tourism Commission

Aerial view over Pumphouse Point at Lake St Clair © Tourism Tasmania

Pumphouse Point, Lake St Clair, Tasmania © Tourism Tasmania

Two beers with a helicopter in the background at The Veresdale Hotel © Bekaa Air

The Veresdale Hotel, Veresdale, Queensland © Bekaa Air

Fun fact

In Australian pubs, buying a round of drinks is called a “shout”. If it’s your shout, it means it’s your turn to buy the drinks.

View out plane window above Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre © Sky Dance

Sky Dance, Lake Eyre, South Australia © Sky Dance

Did you know?

Uluru’s traditional owners, the Anangu people, mostly speak the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara dialects of the Western Desert. The word for hello is palya.

Aerial over Jim Jim Falls in Kakadu National Park © Kieran Stone

Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory © Kieran Stone

A Swan River Seaplane flies above the Margaret River coastline © Swan River Seaplanes

Swan River Seaplanes, Margaret River, Western Australia © Swan River Seaplanes

Meal served with wine at Brown Brothers Winery in King Valley © Brown Brothers

Brown Brothers Winery, King Valley, Victoria © Brown Brothers