Hot Air Balloon Australia

Multiple Locations

Australia has one of the best climates in the world, to experience a hot air balloon ride. Get your ticket in advance to enjoy a balloon flight at sunrise, where you hear and see the Australian flora and fauna at absolutely the best time of the day. Whether it's from your capital city hotel or a small village, the outback or from your tropical resort, return transfers are included in most hot air balloon tickets and flexible instant tickets are available each day of the year.

The range of ballooning experiences include tours that work well with a hire car, a range of champagne breakfast options in regional and rural Australia, vineyards, five star hotels as well as private tables in charming beach-side restaurants. Known as a world leader in the hot air ballooning industry, choosing to fly in Australia, one morning during your holiday, will be truly memorable.

Our Tours

Hot Air Balloon Australia Sunrise Tour

A balloon flight in Australia at sunrise, is the right way to start the day. Your driver will meet you at reception for the return transfer to that morning's launch site. Seeing the balloons rise in the morning light, is definitely the time for lots of photos.

As the balloon rises see the sun peak up and breathe in the wide open spaces. Known for its big blue open skies, look at for many other colourful balloons floating by.

Your balloon pilot here in Australia, is an expert and is a world class standard, safety is taken very seriously here and be assured that when you chose to come ballooning here, that you're experiencing true excellence in ballooning.

A champagne breakfast is traditional in Australia and a great time to ask your crew and pilot for a photo, a souvenir of your ride.

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Dayboro

Pine Rivers, Moreton Bay Area
Good old fashioned country values are dear to the heart of the residents of Dayboro. Filled with generous warm hearted locals, a day trip here is always a pleasure. The scenic drive to Dayboro makes it worth the visit alone.

Lake Wivenhoe

Lake Wivenhoe, Somerset Area
Lake Wivenhoe is the largest lake in South East Queensland and provides more than half of the region's drinking water. The lake has six recreation areas; Cormorant Bay, Logan's Inlet, Hamon Cove, O'Shea's Crossing, Branch Creek and the Spillway Lookout.

Toogoolawah

Toogoolawah, Somerset Area
Step back in time and experience the town of Toogoolawah. Begin your journey to the past at the Toogoolawah Condensery Art Precinct. Experience old meets new as you walk through the old factory packing shed whilst viewing exhibitions of modern art.

Esk

Esk, Somerset Area
Nestled beneath the magnificent Glen Rock, Esk is a beautifully kept town with a range of cafes, gift and antique stores and sites to explore. As you drive into Esk, leave your cares and worries behind you.

Lake Somerset

Somerset Dam, Somerset Area
Free Entry
Lake Somerset is just south of Kilcoy and is a very popular boating and recreational spot. Motorised and non-motorised watercraft are allowed on Lake Somerset along with waterskiing, jet skiing, and wakeboarding.

Mount Glorious

Mount Glorious, Moreton Bay Area
Glorious by name, glorious by nature. Tenderly embraced by lush rainforest, the endearing mountain hamlet of Mount Glorious is just 45 minutes drive from Brisbane on the magnificent D'Aguilar Range. Accessed by a winding mountain road, the tiny village is surrounded by mountainous National Park and protected forests.

Mount Mee

Mount Mee, Moreton Bay Area
Overlooking the magnificent Glasshouse Mountains, Mount Mee is approximately 90 minutes drive north west of Brisbane and is part of the beautiful D'Aguilar Range. The delightfully bohemian village of Woodford is just 10 minutes drive to the north.

Somerset Dam

Kilcoy, Somerset Area
Free Entry
Water babies - grab your gear and get moving to Somerset Dam. Approximately one hour from Brisbane in Somerset , and neatly cradled by a ring of surrounding hills, conditions there are perfect for water skiing, wake-boarding, sailing and fishing.

Savages Crossing

Fernvale, Somerset Area
Free Entry
Looking for a quiet spot to drop a line or take the canoe or kayak out for a spin? Fish where the locals fish and visit Savages Crossing. Located along Banks Creek Rd, its just a short five minute drive from the township of Fernvale.

Marburg

Marburg, Ipswich Area
The historic village of Marburg, 15 minutes west of Ipswich, takes visitors back in time to an era when the town was the bustling hub of the local area. The streets are lined with beautifully restored heritage buildings including the old German Baptist Church, Bielefeld's Store and the historic hotel built in 1879.
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