An island surrounded by crocodiles proves no challenge for a helicopter taking guests on a pub-crawl around the outback.
Guests are wowed with beautiful views between drinking sessions across a selection of watering holes at the Top End.
The helicopter touring company’s initiative has proven to be an instant hit with punters keen on a cold brew.
A helicopter company in Darwin is taking punters on a pub crawl via chopper (pictured)
Guests are wowed with beautiful views between drinking sessions at the Top End
The touring business’ initiative has proven to be an instant hit with visitors
The tour gives locals and visitors the chance to take in some of Darwin’s most iconic establishments while cruising in a luxury helicopter.
With birds eye views of stunning wetlands, pristine coastline and the breathtaking city and harbour, Airborne Solution’s Heli Pub Crawl was voted into the top 10 things to do in the capital city.
The first stop is on a tropical island, then off to Crab Claw Island Resort, Darwin River Tavern, Goat Island Lodge and The Hunpty Doo Hotel.
Pilot Jesse Morgan said the idea had taken off and is popular with tourists
A representative told Daily Mail Australia all of the locations offer a ‘quintessential Territory experience where you will meet laid back local and charismatic publicans’.
Pilot Jesse Morgan said the idea had taken off and is popular with visitors to the area.
‘I think it’s just a very unique tour, a pub crawl in a helicopter.’ he told the BBC.
‘Some days you can feel like a designated driver, we’ve had a few bucks parties and hen’s nights and things like that but it’s mainly just Australian tourists.
‘In the dry season we we’ll probably do five a week but a lot of those we’ll have three, four, five helicopters going at the same time.’
The tour gives locals and visitors the chance to take in some of Darwin’s most iconic establishments while cruising in a luxury helicopter
At the Goat Island Pub, guests are likely to meet Freddie the crocodile who visits regularly (pictured)
The tour’s cost is dependent on the number of people in a group and how many stop-offs desired.
To visit five pubs it is $950 per person for two people or $790 per person for three people.
For a drink or two at three pubs the expected cost is $750 per person for two people, or $625 per person for three people.
Tourists keen on a good time must remember however, the pilots can leave guests behind if they become too drunk or rowdy.