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Whitsunday Tiger Moth Adventures

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Enjoy scenic and aerobatic tours in a Vintage Tiger Moth Bi-Plane with Tiger Moth Adventures. Take a scenic tour of the beautiful Whitsunday Islands and Whitehaven Beach from the open cockpit Tiger Moth. Experience the wind in your hair as it whistles through the rigging wires of the wings is part of the romance and nostalgia of flying in a Vintage Tiger Moth. Dance with the clouds in an aircraft which some regard as the ballerina of the skies.

For the "Adrenaline Junkie", take one of the Aerobatic flights. Sit down, belt up and hang on as staff put the Tiger Moth through its paces. Whether you want mild aerobatics with loops, rolls, chandells and cuban eights or wild aeros which also include spins, stalled turns, immellmans and inverted stalls, the Tiger Moth with its slow airspeed ensures you will enjoy the experience of true aerobatic flight.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Public Telephone

Other Information

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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Comet

Comet, Central Highlands Area
Comet is located in the Central Highlands, 39 kilometres east of Emerald on the Capricorn Highway. Comet was established in association with the westward development of the railway line from Rockhampton. The town was named after the 'Comet River' which runs close to the township. The river itself was named after Ludwig Leichhardt's observation of Haley's Comet in the skies during his travels through Central Queensland in the late 1800's. Here you can see the tree trunk that Ludwig Leichhardt marked with 'Dig' during his exploration of the region in 1844. 'Dig' indicated to those who followed that he had buried food and journals in this spot. The small rural town is also a service centre for the local farming community.

Rolleston

Rolleston, Central Highlands Area
Rolleston is in the southeast of Queensland's Central Highlands and is the nearest town to the world renowned Carnarvon Gorge and Carnarvon National Park. Rolleston is 70 kilometres east of Springsure and can be reached by travelling along the Great Inland Way. A journey through Arcadia Valley, once home to the indigenous 'Karinal' tribe, takes you to the unusual Lake Nuga Nuga, believed by the tribe to be the home of the mythological male and female Rainbow Serpents (Mundagarri) living under the two peaks dominating the lake's northern shoreline. Boasting a diverse pastoral history, the township of Rolleston is also famous for the notorious Patrick and James Kenniff - Queensland's last legendary bushrangers. The boundary rider's hut from Purbook has been resited and restored at Beazley Park as a memorial to the area's pioneers. Rolleston is also the closest town to Lake Nuga Nuga and sits above a natural gas field.
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