A pilot and three male passengers escaped relatively unharmed after crash-landing in the front yard of a house in Lawson, in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney.
All onboard escaped serious injury, with one of the passengers being taken to hospital with neck pain.
He added: "There was no fire. No explosions. I reckon the pilot did a good job, possibly with a bit of luck and possibly with a bit of skill."
“Police are continuing their inquiries to establish the exact circumstances surrounding the incident.”
Fire and Rescue NSW Superintendent Steven Baker described the men's escape as "miraculous".