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Soaring Over Scenic Splendor: Bathurst's Spectacular Scenic Flights

Nestled in the heart of New South Wales, Bathurst is a city steeped in history, known for its charming architecture, cultural richness, and, of course, the world-renowned Mount Panorama circuit. But there's more to this picturesque region than meets the eye.


Imagine soaring above the sprawling landscape, witnessing the breathtaking beauty of the Central West region, and enjoying an unparalleled view of Mount Panorama/Wahluu.


In this blog post, we'll explore the magic of scenic flights from Bathurst that allow you to take in the stunning scenery like never before while also acknowledging the cultural significance of this iconic attraction.

Mount Panorama/Wahluu: A Cultural Gem Before we delve into the details of scenic flights, it's essential to acknowledge the cultural significance of Mount Panorama, known to the Wiradjuri people as Wahluu, which means "to watch over."


Surrounded by mist, Mt Panorama
Mt Panorama - Wahluu

For generations, Wahluu served as a vantage point for young Wiradjuri men, who would watch over their land and observe the movements of travelers to and from the valley. This rich history and connection to the land add an extra layer of depth to this already iconic attraction.

Scenic Flights: A Bird's-Eye View of Beauty and History Scenic flights from our base at Bathurst airport provide an opportunity like no other to appreciate the splendor of the Central West region and the cultural significance of Mount Panorama/Wahluu.


Here's what you can expect from these unforgettable experiences:

  1. Mount Panorama/Wahluu from Above: Soaring above Mount Panorama/Wahluu, you'll gain a whole new perspective on this iconic site. The undulating terrain, the sharp corners of the racing circuit, and the sense of history become even more awe-inspiring from the air. You'll feel a deep connection to the land as you see it from the same vantage point as the Wiradjuri people did centuries ago.

  2. Breathtaking Landscapes: As you travel further afield, you'll be treated to stunning vistas of the Central West's natural beauty. From the rolling hills of the Tablelands to the tranquil waters of Wyangala Dam, every turn of your flight offers a different visual delight. You'll also appreciate the vastness of the land and the significance of Mount Panorama/Wahluu in the landscape.

  3. Historical and Cultural Significance: Bathurst is not just a city of motorsports but also a place with a rich cultural heritage. From the air, you can spot historical landmarks like the Bathurst Courthouse and St. Stanislaus' College, all while reflecting on the cultural heritage of the Wiradjuri people and the importance of Wahluu in their history.

  4. Wildlife Encounters: Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife below. You might spot kangaroos hopping through open fields or birds soaring gracefully through the skies. The Central West is home to a diverse range of fauna, and a scenic flight is an excellent way to get a glimpse of it while appreciating the cultural and historical context of the land.

Choosing Your Scenic Flight There are many scenic flights options at PanAir, catering to various budgets and preferences. Whether you prefer a quick flyover or a more extended adventure, you'll find options that suit your needs. Be sure to check for availability, prices, and any special packages or deals.

Stunning colours of the Blue Mountains
Blue Mountains From Above

Bathurst, with its rich history and stunning natural landscapes, is a place that deserves to be seen from every angle. Scenic flights over Mount Panorama/Wahluu and the Central West region offer a unique opportunity to witness this part of Australia in all its glory while acknowledging the cultural significance of this iconic attraction.


So, if you're planning a visit to Bathurst, don't miss the chance to take to the skies and let our team of expereinced pilots share with you the beauty of this region like never before.

It's a memory you'll treasure for a lifetime, enriched by the deep connection to the land and its history.



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