Microgliding over Mount Buffalo in Victoria

Microlighting over Mount BuffaloMicrogliding or Microlighting over Mount Buffalo in Victoria. Is a cross between flying and hang gliding. You use a motor engine to get the machine up into the air and then once at a suitable height turn the engine off to serenely glide the microlight back down to the ground. Catching thermal draughts along the way. This is truly a peaceful and enjoyable experience. As well as being an excellent way to appreciate the raw beauty of Mount Buffalo.

The Eagle School of Microlighting is located at the base of Mount Buffalo and operates from the Porepunkah airstrip virtually seven days a week. This area is protected from the strong winds that are more common to the coast, and with the weather north of Australia’s Great divide being more stable, this region is an ideal place to learn to fly. To top everything off, Victoria’s Bright region is one of our prime tourist locations, having abundant restaurants, a variety of accommodation and excellent facilities to ensure that you and your family or friends will have a great time. The scenery is breathtaking and the flying is among the best there is!

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About Pak Liam

Living, teaching and traveling in Asia.
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7 Responses to Microgliding over Mount Buffalo in Victoria

  1. Yes please! This is just the conveyance for me!

  2. Reblogged this on Sykose and commented:
    @SykOse. Live. Extreme.

  3. Pak Liam says:

    Cool!

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