The Twelve Apostles from the Air
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The Twelve Apostles from up there

Flying out over the Southern Ocean in a helicopter is a great experience, especially when you are hovering over the Twelve Apostles, the major tourist attraction along the Great Ocean Road. 

You can see the sandstone rock stacks from the shore, but getting a bird’s eye view is just magic. 

The Twelve Apostles
Flying high over the Twelve Apostles gives you a unique view of this marvellous coastline you will treasure forever

The hellicopter service takes off just behind the information centre. There are a number of flight options and you can pre-book your flight or just turn up and hope. 

The slideshow at the top of this post will show you the drama of the sea and land in this area.

The Twelve Apostles
From the air the true drama of the sea and coastline of the Twelve Apostles area is revealed
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The picturesque coastline of the Twelve Apostles
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2 years ago

Would love to see Great Ocean Road! Seems like a helicopter flight is an amazing experience 🙂

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2 years ago

The helicopter ride is very exciting!

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