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Home to the oldest recorded Cabernet Sauvignon vines in the world and fifth-generation winemaking families, the fertile flood plains of Langhorne Creek produce some of South Australia's most premium wine grapes. Nestled between the Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale only an hour from Adelaide, here you can sip wine floating above the vineyards in an architecturally-designed shipping container at Kimbolton Wines, tucked in a renovated stable dating back to 1866 at Bremerton Wines or drink in 160 years of history at Bleasdale.

S.A. Tourism

Roll out the red carpet

What a day!  

At around 10am, the limousine arrives to collect and convey you and your friends to the waiting helicopter.

Langhorne Creek map - where is it?

Lifting off, you track west to the coast and then south, flying over ancient lands, once the home to glaciers, before heading inland, across the Fleurieu Peninsula to Langhorne Creek

Murray mouth from helicopter
Southern Right Whales

Looking out of the window, you may be fortunate to  see Southern Right Whales basking, or Steam Ranger's Southern Encounter train hauling tourists along the coast.  Approaching Langhorne Creek, to the south of the helicopter are the lakes Alexandrina and Albert, and a little further on, the River Murray enters the Southern Ocean, the Murray Mouth.  

Langhorne Creek wineries

A wonderful selection of wineries and restaurants from which to choose.

Angas Plains Estate, Langhorne Creek, from the air
Angas Plains Estate, Langhorne Creek

Enjoy a guided wine tasting experience. On conclusion choose your favourite two bottles of Angas Plains Wine to pair with two 9 inch rustic gourmet Pizzas. Sit back, relax and take in the vineyard views savouring the wine and pizza. Feel free to cap the bottles to takeaway.  Be further spoilt with a 25% discount voucher for your take away purchases.


  • Complimentary 2 bottles of Angas Plains Estate wines (excludes reserve wines)

  • Two 9 inch rustic gourmet pizzas to share

  • 25% discount voucher for sales off our complete range of wines to use on the day

Angas Plains Wines Cellar Door Bar
Angas Plains pizza & wine pairing
Bleasdale Winery cellar door

The philosophy of the Bleasdale winemaking team is to capture the essence of what makes Langhorne Creek red wines so attractive – vibrancy, harmony and texture. Cabernet Sauvignon has elegance and captivating depth of flavour, Shiraz is a ripe fruit style with refined cool climate spice elements and Malbec is perfumed and finely structured.


Bleasdale is rich in history and producing some of Australia’s most exciting, consistently impressive premium wines. Whether a Bleasdale wine is $12 or $70, whether it is a Sparkling Shiraz, a single vineyard Malbec or the Frank Potts Cabernet, it conveys a story in the glass that substantiates its history, diversity and increasingly, its pedigree.

The Winehouse, Langhorne Creek

The Winehouse is a quirky eclectic mix of old and new in a relaxed tranquil setting. 


The Potts family purchased the “Bremer Café” in 2008 and gave it a new lease of life, along with a new name “The Winehouse”.


The Winehouse was one of the first collaborative cellar doors in SA, allowing a number of producers to sell their wine from the one premise.


The brands that call the Winehouse home are, Gipsie Jack, Ben Potts Wines, John Glaetzer’s John’s Blend, Heartland Wines by Ben Glaetzer and Meechi Brewing Co.

The sprawling back lawned area overlooking picturesque vineyards makes for the perfect backdrop to celebrate your special occasion. 

The Winehouse Kitchen has become well known for producing an excellent selection of high quality meals, using locally sourced produce.

HELI LUNCH experiences are 'All Inclusive':


    - Return Chauffeured Limousine transfer from one location

    - Fabulous Return Scenic Helicopter flight to Langhorne Creek, minimum helicopter time 60 minutes  

    - All means consumed at the venue

    - All wines and beverages consumed at the venue 



* NB:  Wines, merchandise purchased to cellar, consume or use at a later date NOT included 


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