Cobalt blue waters, mustard coloured islands, silhouettes of wild salmon runs. Is there anywhere more visually contrasting than the Eyre Peninsula from above?
Soak in the romance and freedom that comes with flying, as you soar along the rugged coastline of the Southern Eyre Peninsula. Becoming increasingly dramatic as you fly towards to the Great Australian Bight, take in one of the most unforgiving coastlines of Australia.
A scattering of islands, some inhabited, some left to the wilds of mother nature, punctuate the savage ocean. Osprey’s cling to delicate nests as fluffy chicks chirp in the winds.
The odd contour of a Great White Shark or playful Sealion can be spotted from sitting at 1000 feet.