Travel in style between South Australia's most picturesque golf course, Links Lady Bay and the d'Arenberg Cube, one of Australia's quirkiest and most highly-awarded winery restaurants. Three helicopter rides in one awesome golf and gourmet daytrip.


Experience includes:

• Scenic helicopter flight to Links Lady Bay golf Course along the Fleurieu Peninsula coastline
• 18 holes of golf including shared cart and golf club rental at Links Lady Bay Golf Club
• Scenic helicopter flight over McLaren Vale to d’Arenburg winery
• d’Arenberg Cube degustation lunch, including wine pairings
• Scenic helicopter flight back to Adelaide airport
• Private return transfers to Adelaide Airport


Suggested Schedule:

7:00am           Pick-up from hotel 

7:00am           Transfer in private car to Adelaide Airport

7:45am           Helicopter flight from airport to Links Lady Bay inc. breakfast (25 mins)

8:30am           Tee off at Links Lady Bay Golf Club

1:00pm           Helicopter flight to d'Arenburg Winery in McLaren Vale wine region (13 mins)

1.30pm           11 course degustation lunch with wine pairing at d'Arenburg Cube 

4:00pm            Helicopter flight to Adelaide airport (25 mins)

4.45pm            Transfer in private car from Adelaide Airport back to hotel

  * Price based on 4 people travelling. Prices for smaller groups available on request.

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Helicopter landing at d'Arenberg Cube

d'Arenberg Cube Seating Area


Links Lady Bay Golf Course 

Situated 75 kilometres south of Adelaide, Links Lady Bay resort is a championship golf course with stunning ocean views of the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula.

The moment you arrive at the first tee at Links Lady Bay Golf Course, you know you are somewhere special. In the midst of the beautiful South Australian countryside and surrounded by wild birds and kangaroos in their natural habitat, a round of golf on this course really is an opportunity to gett away from it all!

Links Lady Bay is a true St Andrew's style sand based links course. Gently undulating couch fairways and vast, smooth and subtle Bent greens demand the kind of shotmaking required at Scottish and Irish links. 

Regarded as one of South Australia's finest, this championship course is strong enough from the back tees to test gifted golfers, yet fair enough to be enjoyed by the average player.  Some of the short holes would grace any of the most famous links courses in the world. In particular the signature 17th hole, which features in Australia’s best holes and provides a challenging test into the wind for the player striving to gain his par 3. 

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Links Lady Bay Golf Course

Kangaroo on Links Lady Bay Golf Course


d'Arenberg Cube

Established in 1912, d'Arenberg is one of Australia's oldest and most renowned family-owned wineries. It is now run by the fourth generation of the Osborn family, headed by the colourful Chester Osborn. d'Arenberg is best known for it's iconic 'Dead Arm Shiraz', as well as it's use of Rhone Valley vines. In recent years, it has gained a growing reputation for offering one of the countries most original food, wine and art experiences.

The D'Arenberg Cube is an award-wining fine dining restaurant and cellar door, offering spectacular views across the MacLaren Vale wine region. The building itself was inspired by the complexities and puzzles of winemaking, as well as the 1970's Rubic Cube.

Each of the five levels of the building have been carefully designed to entice and excite the senses, including features such as a wine sensory room, a virtual fermenter, a 360degree video room, and many other tactile experiences.

Visitors are encouraged to explore the Alternate Realities Museum, located on the ground floor, and view the many art installations on display.

A 10 course degustation dining experience at d'Arenberg Cube is a unique and unforgetable South Australian dining experience.

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d'Arenberg Cube

d'Arenberg Cube Dining Experience

  • Links Lady Bay Golf Course