Escape to the tranquillity of the Hunter Valley in under an hour by helicopter from Sydney. Fine wine, gourmet cuisine and incredible scenic flying combine to bring you an experience you will not forget. We’ll visit two wineries and one of the Hunter’s finest restaurants where you’ll be truly indulged. As for the views, you’ll see everything from our vast national parks, lakes and rivers to spectacular beaches and headlands and or course, Sydney – the most beautiful harbour city in the world.


Approx 6 hours


10:30 Arrive at Rosehill Heliport
11:00 Its time to get airborne for the flight to Hunter Valley via the Olympic site, Sydney Harbour, the Northern Beaches to Palm Beach and then North Westerly over the Hawkesbury River.
11:55 Land at McWilliam’s Mount Pleasant Winery in the Hunter for an hour of tasting. This winery produces a wide range of classic Hunter wines including Elizabeth Semillon and Rosehill Shiraz. Morning tea is also available.
13:00 Depart for the short hop to Robert’s at Pepper Tree.
13:10 We dine at Robert’s restaurant where multi-award winning cuisine is served in a stunning heritage listed building. Often described as the Hunter Valley’s finest restaurant, Robert’s is truly the top-shelf of
dining experiences in this famous wine-producing area. There may be time for a wine-tasting at the cellar door.
15:30 Depart for the journey home, flying over the Yengo, Dharug, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Parks and southwards back to Rosehill Heliport.
16:20 Arrive at Rosehill Heliport for return transfer to your hotel.


An incredible helicopter flight including pilot/passenger interaction and informed commentary enroute, wine-tasting, a la carte lunch with local beer and selected wines (to the value of $75 pp)


Available 7 Days a week. Minimum passenger numbers apply.
Prices are based on average passenger weights of 80kg per person; average weights in excess of 80kg may affect the quoted price.


$1395 per person minimum 2 passengers

$1250 per person minimum 3 passengers

$995 per person 4 or more passengers