Melbourne Seaplanes scenic Port Phillip Bay flight from Williamstown tracks the beautiful coastal beaches at 160 metres viewing picturesque places such as Port Arlington and Queenscliff.
Passing over the Heads to Point Nepean you are provided good views of the bay side towns of Portsea and Sorrento. The flight path then follows the coast towards the City of Melbourne taking in Albert Park Lake, the home of the Australian Grand Prix, the famous Botanical Gardens, the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Eureka Tower, Crown Casino and the Southbank precinct.
You will see Melbourne's famous City skyline as well as the Westgate Bridge before landing into Hobsons Bay. The estimated duration is 60 minutes, while the time in aircraft is one hour and fifteen minutes.
For the thrill and excitement of a water takeoff and landing our Hobsons Bay Circuit is ideal.
Taking off in Hobson's Bay, flying to the end of Point Gellibrand, then crossing over the bay to Elwood, flying past St. Kilda, and Port Melbourne to the West Gate Bridge and then down the Yarra River to Williamstown. It is only a short flight, about 20 minutes altogether, but a good way to have a cost-effective seaplane experience.
Passing over the ship building and historic industrial area we turn right and fly past Williamstown's beautiful beaches, across to St. Kilda Marina, Brighton Beach and up past the Grand Prix track at Albert Park Lake.
We fly past the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne Park, Botanical Gardens, The Shrine of Remembrance and Government House.
We then pass the high rise towers of Melbourne’s Central Business District, The Eureka Tower (our tallest building), Crown Casino and the Southbank Precinct, down the Yarra River past Melbourne Exhibition and Conference complex to the Docklands area and back over the Westgate Bridge before cruising past Port Melbourne beaches and landing back at Williamstown.
From Williamstown this flight tracks along the Coast past Point Ormond, then Brighton with the well known golden mile of exclusive homes, and Brighton Beach offering a fantastic photo opportunity of the colourful bathing boxes.
Continuing along to Sandringham where the remains of a World War 1 submarine can be seen, then to Half Moon Bay where the historic wreck of the “HMS Cerebus”, Australia’s first naval vessel lies just offshore.
Turning back along the coast we fly to Melbourne and complete the city skyline before landing back at Williamstown.
Mount Dandenong forms the backdrop to outer East of Melbourne. Melbourne is virtually surrounded by mountains that continue right up the east coast of Australia and are known as the Great Dividing Range. From the seaplane views up the Yarra Valley can be seen, famous for grape growing and wine production.
Our scenic flight to the famous tourist area outside Greater metropolitan Melbourne takes in Melbourne’s Beaches from St. Kilda to the renowned sand belt Golfing area of Sandringham, before turning north for Mt. Dandenong. En route we pass St. Kilda football Ground, The Police Academy, VFL Park, then onto Mount Dandenong.
On return we fly over Ringwood and Doncaster before viewing Albert Park Lake, the Botanical Gardens, the MCG Crown Casino, Southbank Precinct, Melbourne’s skyline and the Westgate Bridge.
Our scenic Port Phillip Bay flight from Williamstown tracks the beautiful coastal beaches at 160 metres viewing picturesque places such as Port Arlington and Queenscliff.
Passing over the Heads to Point Nepean we provide good views of the bayside towns of Portsea and Sorrento. Our flight path then follows the coast towards the City of Melbourne taking in Albert Park Lake, the home of the Australian Grand Prix, our famous Botanical Gardens, the MCG, Eureka Tower, Crown Casino and the Southbank precinct.
You will see Melbourne’s famous City skyline as well as the Westgate Bridge before landing back at Hobsons Bay.