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MOORABBIN (VIC)

03 9580 7433 (International +61 3 9580 7433)

ULURU (NT)

08 8956 2003 (International +61 8 8956 2003)

KINGS CANYON (NT)

08 8956 7873 (International +61 8 8956 7873)

GOLD COAST (QLD)

07 5599 3700 (International +61 7 5599 3700)

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ULURU HELICOPTER FLIGHTS

INCLUDING KATA TJUTA & LAKE AMADEUS

PHS Uluru Helicopter Tours (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) Scenic Helicopter Flights provide options from short experiences for those who are time limited through to half-day itineraries. Each of our scenic Uluru helicopter flights provides spectacular perspectives from our all-turbine fleet of helicopters, ensuring the utmost safety and comfort. Departures from our exclusive Town Square Helipad (positioned within the Ayers Rock Resort) allow us to spend the majority of your time on the tour features rather than travelling to and from the airport. Browse our Uluru helicopter joy flight experience options below.

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Phs Uluru Helicopter Tours (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) Scenic Helicopter Flights provide options from short experiences for those who are time limited through to half-day itineraries. Each of our scenic Uluru helicopter flights provides spectacular perspectives from our all-turbine fleet of helicopters, ensuring the utmost safety and comfort. Departures from our exclusive Town Square Helipad (positioned within the Ayers Rock Resort) allow us to spend the majority of your time on the tour features rather than travelling to and from the airport. Browse our Uluru helicopter joy flight experience options below.

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Hear From Our Happy Customers

Louise Rutten

Louise RuttenThe team here are MAGNIFICENT!! If I could give them 10 stars & fly with them every day, I would! The team here are kind, thoughtful, considerate & wonderfully organised. I could rave about how they made a long held dream come true, how good they are at keeping secrets & creating an awesome surprise but I would need loads more space to write about the full experience both as the recipient & from the organiser. I can say; if you ever want a fantastic helicopter lesson or adventure or both: call these guys!!! They Rock!!!!

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Mary Kate O’ Neill

Brilliant experience, I would highly recommend flying with PHS, I was made feel comfortable from walking in the door, our pilot Dave was very informative, friendly and welcoming. Enjoyed every moment.

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Beck Hobson

Booked a surfer paradise tour for my 21st birthday and it was the best thing I've ever done! The views are crazy and it's a decent price for a 25 min ride. The pilot was friendly, overall the experience was amazing and I highly recommend to anyone. I'd definitely do it again!

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Uluru FAQ

Our Uluru helicopter flights do not directly fly over Uluru. No flights are permitted to fly over Uluru as it is protected land as it holds great cultural significance to the Indigenous people of Australia. As our Uluru helicopter flights do operate on and above sacred land, we ensure we follow all protocol to ensure we are showing our respect to the original custodians of the land as well as the land itself.

Uluru is the world’s largest single rock monolith that is located practically in the centre of Australia. Uluru stands at 348 metres above ground and is made from arkose – a course grained sandstone rich in mineral feldspar. The monolith extends to a massive 6 kilometres below ground and has a total circumference of 9.6 kilometres. Although we don’t know exactly, Uluru and Kata Tjuta were believed to have formed over 550,000 million years ago, making it one of the world’s oldest natural landmarks.

If you ask us, any time is a good time for an Uluru helicopter flight! In all seriousness, the best time to visit Uluru is from May until the end of September each year. This is the dry season so it is highly unlikely that your view will be affected by rainy weather and the cooler temperatures are much more comfortable to experience. As for the time of day, it doesn’t matter when you choose to fly, Uluru is guaranteed to take your breath away. We offer a range of Uluru helicopter flights taking off from 8:30am until sunset, ensuring you can schedule your helicopter experience for whenever suits you best during the day. If you’re wanting to book our Uluru Sunset Experience, we do recommend booking at least two weeks in advance for the best chance at securing your preferred date and time as there are limited availabilities for this experience daily.

At Professional Helicopter Services our top priority is providing an exceptional experience at a budget-friendly cost. We don’t want anyone to have to miss out on an Uluru helicopter experience due to budget restrictions. Our large variety of Uluru helicopter flights ensures that you’ll be able to find a suitable flight for your budget. Whether you’re interested in an Uluru helicopter flight only or want to see other amazing landmarks such as Kata Tjuta, Lake Amadeus, or Kings Canyon, you will find the perfect helicopter flight for your holiday.

You are not permitted to climb Uluru. In previous years you were able to climb Uluru but that was permanently stopped in October of 2019. The primary reason to close the Uluru rock climb was due to the spiritual significance of the site that was being disturbed due to climbers. Although respecting Indigenous culture was the most important reason for closing the Uluru climb, by closing the climb it also helps minimise environmental issues such as erosion along with safety concerns of the climb.

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