Fly Me to the Moon Brisbane Hot Air Ballooning

Multiple Locations

Fly Me To The Moon balloon rides are ranked as one of Australia's most professional ballooning companies and have been widely recognised as amongst the best of Brisbane's tourist attractions. Pay for your ride on the day, all tickets fully refundable and valid one year. Instant tickets online at their web with a wide range of balloon tours.

Ballooning is one of the oldest forms of flight, breathe in the early morning fresh air as you float over Brisbane's hinterland with them. Their passengers are very important to them and they know that you want your ballooning experience to be safe, pleasurable and memorable. They have a team who are passionate about ballooning and who will go out of their way to make sure that your balloon ride exceeds your expectations.

Included in your morning's balloon experience is a full hot and cold champagne breakfast and free wine tasting. Fly Me To The Moon are market leaders and innovators and they look forward to sharing the joys of ballooning with you.

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  • Car park

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Fly me to the Moon Brisbane Hot Air Balloon Rides

Enjoy flying for the very first time in a balloon, over the scenic Brisbane hinterland, with Brisbane City in the distance, just as the sun rises. Pay on the day, choose from a range of four balloon tours, tickets are 100 per cent refundable. Balloon rides are scheduled daily and return coach transfers from all Brisbane city accommodation is available. Enjoy a hearty hot breakfast with champagne and free wine tasting too. Each balloon ride is different, with every flight capturing the history of ballooning, a morning, that is always memorable.

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