To most pilots flying is the second most important activity they love to do with their partners.
Landing safely is the first !
An enthusiastic flock of collectors and their magical flying machines. The Museum at Temora has something on every other month and is well worth the effort to get there. So put it on your bucket list. Once is never enough.
Wings Over Illawarra
Easily up there with the best of the Ausralian Airshows "Wings over Illawarra" is held in May of each year and attracts 15,000 people. Home to HARS the "Historical Aircraft Restoration Society" you will be delighted with all that is on offer and maybe just a bit surprised with the uniqueness of some of the displays.
Whether you fly for half an hour each week around the Bega Valley or your planning to Fly around the world,, there will be someone at frogs who has done it before you. We promise.
World record holder for "the youngest pilot to fly solo around the world" achieved in 2013 by Frog's Flyer 19 year old Ryan Campbell.
Sadly due to the ever increasing risk of litagation this biaannual event may be a thing of the past. But it certainly was something that had to be seen to be believed.
Home to Skydive Oz and their world record parachutists. They are welcoming and lots of fun. There is always a hot coffee and it is the closest aerodrome with a cross strip between Mallacoota and Wollongong.
So you'll find a safe place to land in any wind.
Check out the snow and drop in for a coffee or plan to stay for a little longer for their much celebrated 6 monthly barbeques.
They are sure to make you welcome.
It's 3,400 ft so be sure to caculate the temperature and the density altitude before taking off. One of the highest aredrome you'll fly into.
Evans Head Memorial
The Great Eastern Fly-In is a unique Australian aviation event. Pilots, their families and friends, Fly-In from all over Australia, to enjoy a great summer holiday with a difference! Locals, young and old, come to marvel at the latest in aircraft, air displays, and have the ride of their lives. 2014 Great Eastern 10-12th January, 2014
(Not Nov as in the Sports Pilot Magazine)