Terms and Conditions

See all our terms and conditions below

End and start of season dates may vary due to weather conditions.

Carriage of cameras and tablets

Within Australia there have been a number of recently reported incidents of passengers dropping or having their phones/cameras/IPad/tablets suddenly pulled from their grasp in flight due to the very strong wind forces within the aircraft slipstream.
While cameras and mobile phones are allowed to be carried on aircraft and taking photographs during flight is permitted, the wearing of wrist straps or lanyards, which are firmly attached to the device, is highly recommended. These straps and lanyards or clear carry bags are available from most camera and phone stores, we recommend you purchase these items before you start your travels.
For your safety and the safety of all passengers on board any larger devices such as iPads and tablets are prohibited from use and carriage on an aircraft where the aircraft doors are removed. The carriage of these items may also be prohibited on certain aircraft that have larger windows. Because of their shape and size these larger items represent a real risk to the aircraft should they strike the rotor blades during flight.  To avoid any disappointment we strongly recommend that you plan on using a phone or camera to take photos during your flight and not rely on taking an iPad or Tablet.
The carriage and use of Selfie Sticks is also banned at all Helicopter Loading Sites and on all aircraft at all times.
Loose items such as sunglasses, jewellery and hats also risk being carried out of the aircraft by wind forces.  All loose jewellery and clothing items (hats, scarves, hankies, name tags etc) need to be removed before boarding a helicopter.
Please note every passenger will be provided with a pre-flight safety briefing before flying with Helispirit and you will have the opportunity to seek any additional advice. While we aim to do everything practically possible to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable flight please be aware that the use of any device on board an aircraft and the carriage of any undeclared loose items is at your own risk and the company accepts no responsibility for the loss of these items.

Seat weight limit

The maximum seat weight on the Robinson R44 helicopter is 136kg

Cancellation Policy

With less than 24 hours notice of cancellation, the fare is  NON-REFUNDABLE, from 24 hours and up to 7 days  a 20% administration fee will be charged per booking.Travel Insurance – we recommend that all customers  take out Travel Insurance ..

Payment Conditions

To confirm your reservation, full payment must be made.

Validity of Rates

Prices displayed are valid for 2016 unless stated otherwise.

Minimum/Maximum Numbers

Minimum Numbers may apply on some departures.

Disabled Passengers

Please advise the level of assistance required and whether the passengers are in a wheelchair so that we can accommodate their needs with ease. Please note that wheelchairs can only  be carried on some aircraft, providing they are collapsible. Staff are not permitted to lift any passengers.

Child Age/Infant Policy

Infants are classified as 0-2 years, and may travel free of charge, on their parent’s lap. Only one infant may travel unrestrained per aircraft. Children classified as 3-12 years of age inclusive, must be accompanied by an adult on the flight. We do not apply a child’s rate, only a per person rate.

Government Charges

All Government and Environmental taxes are included in the rates. Prices include 10% GST. Any GST increase in addition to this will be added to the listed price.

Fuel Surcharge

In the event of significant upward shifts in the cost of aviation fuel, HeliSpirit reserves the right to introduce a fuel surcharge. This shall be advised in writing no less than two months prior to its commencement, and will be additionally advised at the time of booking confirmation. At the date of this advice the Fuel Surcharge amount will be advised and this amount will be subject to further changes at the discretion of HeliSpirit.


All scenic flights include personalised commentary by the pilot. All tours and safety briefings are conducted in English.

Passengers must be at the aircraft departure point 30 minutes prior to scheduled departure time

All care is taken but no liability is accepted for damage to personal items

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2018 brochure coming soon



  • This is #MitchellFalls during the wet season of 2008! With a lot of rain in the Kimberley over the last couple of days and a few cyclones passing by, I wonder if it will get this big in 2018...
  • A majestic wild river in the far north #thekimberleyaustralia  The Prince Regent River. Absolutely incredibly stunning landscapes here.
  • Dampier  port near #Karratha. Stunning colours and clear blue water filled with marine life.
  • Walking into #mirimiri at #elquestro with @ellamarais Now this would be an amazing Xmas gift! A voucher for a helipicnic.
  • A fuel stop on the way to the #berkeleyriverlodge  Being remote has its challenges and the logistics of operating a safe helicopter service take some experience and lots of local knowledge. We have plenty of both! We have drum fuel located at strategic points to allow us to traverse @thekimberleyaustralia safely whilst delivering your expectations.
  • Wow wow wow! How awesome is this shot by @landibradshawphotography !! 📷 “With temperatures well over 40 degrees and very high humidity over the last few days, it usually means there is some good build up activity on the way. Watching this angry #storm roll in was insane! The storm moved in fast and where the light from the #sunset shone through was a sheer wall of rain that lit up bright orange. Followed by this mammoth bolt striking the river right in front! The whole time it was moving through there was constant #lightning striking the horizon and the water, along with angry #thunder rumbling each time. So so so so good!!” - Landi

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