5 Must-See Sights on a Helicopter Tour in Forster Tuncurry

Published on Apr 04, 2022
Imagine getting a bird's eye view of the entire Barrington Coast Region - the Great Lakes, emerald oceans, tropical rainforests and sights without crowds of tourists fighting for the view. This unique perspective on NSW's most unique and beautiful region can only be achieved by booking a private helicopter tour in Forster Tuncurry. At Forster Holiday Rentals, accommodation in Forster doesn't stop at our gorgeous holiday homes for rent. We also have your itinerary covered, with tons of recommendations for things to do and, you guessed it, private helicopter tours. Let's explore some sights you have to see from an aerial view!

Booti Booti National Park

Booti Booti National Park is the peninsula between Wallis Lake and the Pacific Ocean. From above, you can see the rich rainforest, beach cliffs, emerald waters and the entire Forster coastline. Plus, on a private helicopter tour over Booti Booti National Park, you can also enjoy views of Sandbar, Blueys, Boomerang, Elizabeth and Seven Mile Beaches, as well as stunning views of Forster and Tuncurry.

Wallis Island and the Great Lakes

Myall, Smith and Wallis Lake make up NSW's largest coastal lake system. As you fly along the coastline, you'll see them all, but Wallis Lake has one of the most intriguing aerial views. Wallis Lake separates the twin towns of Forster and Tuncurry. You can spot boaters, fishers, swimmers, dolphins, rays and turtles, as well as many islands in the turquoise waters.

Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach is another National Park in NSW featuring beach, forest and wetland environments near Coomonderry Swamp. This unique landscape is home to several endangered national habitats, like the Bangalay and blackbutt sand dune forest on the south coast.

Cape Hawke

Cape Hawke is located at the northern end of the Booti Booti National Park and east of Wallingat National Park. From the Cape Hawke Lookout, you can see 360ยบ views of the parks, ocean and rainforest, sometimes as far as Barrington Tops and Crowdy Bay National Park. Imagine everything you could see from a helicopter!

Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks is a seaside village on the Barrington Coast. It's most famous for its exquisite lighthouse overlooking remote beaches and rocky outcrops. The beaches here look almost completely untouched by humans, aside from the Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse. Built in 1874, the Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse is one of only two lighthouses in Australia with an external stairway.

Private Helicopter Tours in Forster Tuncurry

Join Forster Holiday Rentals on the aviation adventure of a lifetime with a scenic helicopter flight over the Barrington Coast Region. Experience the beaches, national parks and the city from a new perspective. Our private helicopter tours accommodate up to seven guests for anywhere from 25 minutes to 2.5 hours of flight time.

Explore private helicopter tours and holiday home accommodation in Forster on our website today!