From the Great Barrier Reef to the incredible Red Centre, Australia has countless amazing locations for shooting aerial photos and videos.
To help you fly your drone safely and responsibly, we've listed some important drone flight regulations and battery transportation policies below.
- The Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) allows tourists to fly their drones under CASA regulations. The CASA has issued a series of regulations for drone flight operations
Fly Below the CASA’s Altitude Limit (120 m/400 ft)
Don’t Fly in Dangerous Areas
Always Fly Within Line of Sight
Don’t Fly Over Crowds
Check the Local Aviation Authority's Website
Don’t Fly at Night
- Do not fly near emergencies such as a car crashes, police operations, fires, and rescue operations.
- Do not fly drones within 30 meters of people.
- Fly only one drone at a time.
- Do not record or photograph people without their consent.
- Do not fly above festivals, stadiums, populated beaches, parks, busy roads, or footpaths.
- If you are considering flying FPV, please check Civil Aviation Safety Authority regulations here