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Great Barrier Reef


The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system composed of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for over 2,300 kilometres. The reef is located in the Coral Sea,from Papua New Guinea to Bundaberg off the coast of Queensland, and Cairns is considered the gateway to Great Barrier Reef.

  • Green Island & Arlington Reef Flight
  • Green island & Outer Great Barrier Reef Flight
  • Special Charter Flight

5-STAR CAIRNS SCENIC FLIGHTS
★★★★★

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Once in a Lifetime Experience

This really is a not to be missed experience when visiting Cairns. Aside from the joy of flying in a small aircraft with great viewing opportunities and with the confidence that comes with knowing that you are with true professionals- the flight out over the Reef is one that will remain a highlight of my holiday and one I will never forget. Don't miss it!

– 79Roz | TripAdvisor
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Breathtaking views of the Great Barrier Reef

If you want to make the most of your Cairns holiday, this has to be on your list! You get a bird's eye view of the world's largest coral reef and it's a once in a life time experience. It's perfect for people who want to see the reef without getting wet or have limited time. I will definitely be recommending this to my family and friends. Thank you for your amazing service Fly Sea Eagle!

– Miz06 | TripAdvisor
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Awesome Experience!

From booking to greeting to briefing to the flight and the welcome back to the airport, the whole experience was unbeatable, the reef from the air is breathtaking from Japanese courtesy and professionalism the ground crew who spoke perfect English gave us a great welcome. With typical I could not recommend the Sea Eagle experience highly enough.

– Tina D. | TripAdvisor
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One of the highlights during our Australia trip

The Great Barrier Reef offers its complete beauty only from top view! With Fly Sea Eagle you will have the perfect change to see this! Don't wonder about the Japanese details, the boss and most pilots are English native speaker. We had a 45 min tour and it was wonderful! Just sit back, relax and take plenty of photos or videos.

– Marcel S. | TripAdvisor