Depart from our private lounges at Moorabbin or Essendon and travel directly to Sydney (Bankstown) and avoid the queues and crowds of Sydney's domestic airport.
King Island in Bass Strait beckons visitors with the promise of rugged beauty, wilderness, adventure, history, stunning views, incredible fresh produce and world-class golf. King Island is famous for food exports with a range of produce being sought by the world’s top chefs. Succulent beef, rich gourmet cheese at the acclaimed King Island Dairy, and crayfish from the Island’s crystal-clear waters
South Australia shares borders with all of the mainland states and the Northern Territory. With over 1.6 million people, the state comprises less than 8% of the Australian population. More than half of Australia’s wines are produced in South Australia's wine regions, including the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, McLaren Vale, Coonawarra, the Riverland and the Adelaide Hills.
Flinders Island is the main island of the Furneaux group, a collection of 52 islands that stretch across the Bass Strait between Tasmania and mainland Australia. Steeped in history with stunning flora and natural features, Flinders Island is a touch of paradise waiting for you to discover. Much of the region is still exactly as Matthew Flinders found it when he first explored back 200 years ago
Mount Gambier is a place where you will find unforgettable experiences and create unique memories. Around every corner there is a tale to be told, from shipwrecks to saints, the antics of those who lived in this area with fortitude and humour. The same spirit remains in this vibrant community that welcomes visitors as friends.
At the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula lies Coffin Bay, where pillowy sand dunes meet glassy waters brimming with fish and bushland teeming with wildlife. Just half an hour from Port Lincoln, there are literally hundreds of spots to throw down your beach towel around Coffin Bay.
Sitting on Boston Bay – the largest natural harbour in Australia – it’s little wonder this coastal paradise draws crowds for its famous seafood and pristine beaches.
With spectacular stretches of coastline, fantastic beaches and ocean views, beautiful parks and gardens, seaside walking and bike trails, visiting whales, notorious shipwrecks, unique volcanoes, great food, exhilarating sports and a thriving city centre, Warrnambool has something for everyone.
12 Apostles (Great Ocean Road)
The Twelve Apostles are the remnants of the stormy Southern Ocean and blasting winds gradually eroding away the softer limestone to form caves in the cliffs. Beginning 10-20 million years ago, these caves eventually became arches and when they collapsed, rock stacks up to 45 m high were left isolated from the shore.
The 120,000-year-old lake is widely regarded as one of the best places in Australia to see the southern hemisphere's constellations. The amazing salt formation on the lake bed makes for an amazing once in a lifetime photo opportunity.
Lord Howe Island
This beautiful World Heritage-listed island with natural surroundings has some of the world’s best day hikes, snorkelling and white-sanded beaches. Explore this island paradise, only two hours from Australia's east coast.
Our aircraft are certified for flight in all weather conditions, and are equipped well above minimum standards with modern avionics, including traffic avoidance, weather radar and satellite navigation systems. We will get you to your destination on time, in comfort and above all safely.