Kings Creek Helicopters

Kings Creek, Toowoomba Area

Explore the Red Centre from the air with Kings Creek Helicopters and see iconic wonders, including George Gill Range, Uluru / Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta / The Olgas and Kings Canyon, Watarrka National Park.

Kings Creek helicopters hold safety briefings and provide an informative commentary, which is available on CD in four different languages.

Luritja Road
Kings Creek, Toowoomba Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Tours

Unexplored and Remote

Just over the George Gill Range is one of the most spectacular views in Central Australia. There are unexplored caves and rock formations, and waterholes where you can see wild horses come to drink. Marvel at the beauty and ruggedness of the distant landscape in this remote, secluded and absolutely amazing part of Central Australia.

Please quote tour code KC4 when booking.

Indicative rates

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$200 $200
Magic Carpet

Kings Creek Helicopters offer exclusive charter opportunities to destinations of your choice including Tnorala / Gosse Bluff Conservation Reserve, Palm Valley, MacDonnell Ranges, Mereenie Loop, Lake Amadeus, Alice Springs, Uluru / Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta / The Olgas and Atila / Mount Conner. Your helicopter, your choice.

Please quote tour code KC5 when booking.

Indicative rates

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$90 $5000
Local Station Flight

Ascend up to the top of George Gill Range to view Bagot Spring, the Central Ranges panorama and, weather permitting, Uluru / Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta / The Olgas and Atila / Mount Conner on the horizon. On the way back down, get a great aerial perspective of Kings Creek Station and the surrounding plains.

Please quote tour code KC1 when booking.

Indicative rates

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$55 $55
Petermann Pound

Cross over George Gill Range taking in the amazing views on your way to the remote Petermann Pound, a large naturally formed crater surrounded by spectacular sandstone cliffs. Drop below the rim of the range and search for wild camels and horses. This is a truly unforgettable experience.

Please quote tour code KC2 when booking.

Indicative rates

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$135 $135
Kings Canyon Flight

Fly along the top of the George Gill Range to the spectacular Kings Canyon, Watarrka National Park. View the domes of the Lost City, the Garden of Eden and the path of the rim walk. On your return journey you will see Reedy Gorge, Lila Aboriginal Community, Kathleen Springs and amazing views of the surrounding ranges and plains.

Please quote tour code KC3 when booking. This tour also departs Ayers Rock.

Indicative rates

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$250 $250

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