GSL Aviation - Cairns

Cairns, Cairns Area

GSL Aviation are your best value scenic flight operator in the Cairns and Whitsunday region, with bases in both locations. Operating 7 days a week over the Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest and Whitsunday Islands their scenic flights and tours have been designed for the best viewing of these areas, and their procedures and practices have been refined through years of experience in tourism operations.

Join them in high-winged aircraft and experience these amazing natural wonders from above!

Lot 3 97 Tom McDonald Drive
General Aviation
Cairns, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Tours

Reef and Rainforest

See it all in a one hour and 20 minute flight! GSL Aviation's signature flight includes a bird's eye view of Green Island, the Great Barrier Reef, and the Daintree Rainforest. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven natural wonders of the World, and the amazing contrast of colours is something that's best experienced from the air. Fly at 500 feet to spot the marine life and soar up high to get a completely different perspective of the reefs from high above. With 11 Reefs and the Daintree rainforest on display this is the must do tour in Cairns!

Sights include: Cairns, Green Island, Arlington Reef, Upolu Reef, Oyster Reef, Middle Cay, Michelmas Cay, Hastings Reef, Saxon Reef, Norman Reef, Batt Reef, Tongue Reef, Daintree Rainforest, Daintree River, Port Douglas, Double Island and Palm Cove.

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$269 $269
Reef Hopper

Get a taste of the Great Barrier Reef with GSL Aviation's 45 minute scenic flight. Departing Cairns Airport this tour includes Green Island and the Great Barrier Reef. After exploring the Reef you'll head back toward the mainland, with views of the North Queensland coastline.

Sights include Cairns, Green Island, Arlington Reef, Upolu Reef, Middle Cay, Michelmas Reef, Hastings Reef, Saxon Reef, Norman Reef, Pixie Reef, Double Island and Palm Cove.

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$179 $179

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Amby, Maranoa Area
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Mungallala, Maranoa Area
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