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Tiger Moth Adventure Flights

Busselton Tours


Hours: Flights available from 8am to 6pm 7 days a week. Tiger Moth flights are closed for winter from 10th June-31st August 2019.

Step back in time as you climb into one of Western Australia's iconic vintage Tiger Moths.

Don your leather helmet and goggles, experience the adventure that RAAF pilots of the 1940s would have encountered as an aviator in a bygone era.

Experience the Thrill of low level flying (500 feet) in an open-cockpit vintage Tiger Moth over Busselton and the Margaret River coastline and countryside. Aerobatic flights also available.

Select from four flight adventures:
- A Busselton Jetty Reconnaissance (20min flight)
- Geographe Bay Reconnaissance (30min flight)
- Busselton to Cape Naturaliste (55min flight)
- Aerobatic Adventure (30min flight)

Your pilot for the day is Steve who has over 8000 flying hours, most at low-level operations with his background of an agriculture and forestry pilot. Steve has the experience to make your flight a safe and unforgettable adventure.

Map & Directions

Busselton Regional Airport, Busselton WA 6280


Tiger Moth Adventure Flights depart from Busselton Regional Airport, located a 10 minute drive from Busselton, 25min from Dunsborough and 40min from Margaret River.

Cancellation Policy

Terms and Conditions

Weight frestriction of 115 kg applies 100kg aerobatics.
Minimum of 12 years of age for the young enthusiast. (Consent of parent or legal guardian for all passengers under 18 years of age.

From time to time our staff may find it necessary to cancel a flight or flights due to weather conditions or aircraft maintenance requirements. We will make every attempt to reschedule any such cancelled flights to a date agreeable to all parties involved. If in some individual cases this is not possible Tiger Moth Adventure Flights will not charge effected parties.
Safety of all participants and the general public at large is of the utmost concern to us at Tiger Moth Adventure Flights. Our Tiger moth is maintained to a professional standard and regularly serviced as required and in accordance with its maintenance program. Warbirds in Australia including our Tiger moth are administered by the Australian Warbirds Association on behalf of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)- Military aircraft are built and tested to a different standard than that put forward by CASA or any other equivalent international civil aviation governing body as such and in accordance with Civil Aviation Safety Regulations parts 132.140 150 and 132.155 The design manufacture and airworthiness are not required to meet any standard recognised by CASA and;
* CASA does not require the aircraft to be operated to the same degree of safety as an aircraft on a commercial passenger flight and;
* The passenger flies in the aircraft at his or her own risk.
Please contact us if you have any questions or require further information.