Flinders Peak scenic flight
Flinders Peak is part of the Teviot range and is the highest mountain in the greater Brisbane area. It is clearly visible from Mt Coot-tha and many other places around southeast Queensland.
The local Ugarapul people call Flinder’s Peak, Booroong’pah or Booroongapah. It is a sacred site because they believe that the powerful spirit, “Yurrangpul”, lives there, and guards their traditions and sacred places. His name is similar to the local word for green tree frog: “Yurrang”. The green tree frog is the totem of the Ugarapul people.
Flinders Peak was originally named High Peak in July 1799 by Lieutenant Matthew Flinders RN (1774–1814) navigator, hydrographer and scientist, HM Colonial Sloop Norfolk. The name Flinders Peak was first used by John Oxley (1785?-1828) Surveyor General during his explorations in 1824, as a change from High Peak of Flinders
This helicopter flight will give up to three people fantastic photo opportunities of the Flinders Peak area, not to mention the joy of experiencing a helicopter flight.
|Flinders Peak Scenic (per person)|
|Departing from Lake Manchester or the Ipswich helipad|
|Scenic flight no landing||$295|
Pricing is per person. We require a minimum of 2 people per flight.
All prices are in Australian dollars and include all relevant taxes.
Our R44 helicopter seats 3 passengers per flight. Each passenger seat is designed for a maximum weight of 136kg and a total passenger load of approximately 240kg (subject to weight and balance).