White Mountains National Park Scenic Flight

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Experience a scenic flight over the magnificent White Mountains National Park. This 60 minute tour offers aerial views over the red Outback Desert Uplands, dramatic escarpments and gorges. Follow the spring fed Flinders River, the longest river in Queensland. Appreciate this incredible environment with a short remote landing in the river gorge. Enjoy exclusive views of a true remote wilderness within White Mountain National Park, rarely shared with other visitors. Your flight will call in to the remote Torrens Creek Exchange Hotel; a classic Aussie pub. Includes complimentary beverage at the Torrens Creek Exchange Hotel.

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Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Starts: Torrens Creek, Australia
Trip Category: Air, Helicopter & Balloon Tours >> Helicopter Tours



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Experience a scenic flight over the magnificent White Mountains National Park. This 60 minute tour offers aerial views over the red Outback Desert Uplands, dramatic escarpments and gorges. Follow the spring fed Flinders River, the longest river in Queensland. Appreciate this incredible environment with a short remote landing in the river gorge. Enjoy exclusive views of a true remote wilderness within White Mountain National Park, rarely shared with other visitors. Your flight will call in to the remote Torrens Creek Exchange Hotel; a classic Aussie pub. Includes complimentary beverage at the Torrens Creek Exchange Hotel.

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Pass By: White Mountains National Park, Flinders Highway, Torrens Creek, Queensland 4816 Australia

Covering 112,000 ha, this rugged wilderness features spectacular white sandstone bluffs and gorges, and diverse plants and animals.The park protects 14 different ecosystems in the Desert Uplands bioregion, making it one of inland Queensland’s most botanically diverse parks. Lancewood forests, open woodlands, laterite pastures, heathlands and spinifex grasslands are spotted around the white sandstone outcrops, sand dunes and sandy flats in the Canns Camp area.



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