South Coast Seaplanes

Moruya Airport, Bruce Cameron Drive, Moruya

South Coast Seaplanes provides scenic flights and specialty tours along the beautiful South Coast of NSW.

Go with them to experience the coast from a perspective you’ve never imagined.

There is nothing quite like the experience of gracefully speeding across the water and slipping into the sky – and that’s all before you take in the views. With incredible unspoilt beaches on one side of the aircraft, and stunning mountain views on the other, they can take you on a journey you will never forget.

Choose between one of their packages, or give them a call to design your own special adventure. A scenic flight in a beautiful seaplane is the ultimate special occasion gift for all ages.

South Coast Seaplanes operates from Moruya and Narooma in NSW – right in the heart of Australia’s Oyster Coast.



t: 1300 359 356
m: 0409 568 568
e: bookings@southcoastseaplanes.com.au
w: www.southcoastseaplanes.com.au


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Montague Island Tour

Montague Island Tour
Take off from the Moruya River, adjacent to South Broulee beach, famous for surf breaks. Tracking south down the coast offers spectacular views of the famously unspoilt South Coast beaches and the mountains of the Deua National Park to the west. After passing the incredible rock formations at Bingie Point we head southeast towards Montague Island. Your chances of seeing marine wildlife are high, as seals, dolphins and whales frequent Montague and the rich waters surrounding it. Take in great views of the Tuross River Estuary and Lake Coila as they make their way north and enjoy a graceful water landing in the river off Moruya Heads.
Carpark, Air, Air, Helicopter and Balloon Tours, Disabled access available, contact operator for details., Basic

Southern Beaches

Southern Beaches
Taking off from the Moruya River, we track the coast south experiencing spectacular views of the famously unspoilt South Coast beaches and the mountains of the Deua National Park to the west. They get an unmatched aerial view of the unique rock formations at Bingie Point, and the remains of the steamship SS Monaro which ran aground there in 1879. Whales (in season) and other marine life are a common site as they follow the coastline south. At Potato Point they turn to the north-east, taking in views of the Tuross River Estuary and Lake Coila as we make their way back for a graceful water landing in the river off Moruya Heads.
Carpark, Air, Air, Helicopter and Balloon Tours, Disabled access available, contact operator for details., Basic
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