Switch to list view

Airports in New South Wales, Australia

Loading map...

see all comments

Latest comments on airports in New South Wales, Australia

Tue, 27 Oct 2015
Anonymous flyer on Bunyan Airfield view thread

Bunyan Airfield is the home of the Canberra Gliding Club, which has operated from this site for more than 30 years. The site offers a range of lift types, including thermals, ridge soaring, mountain lee waves, and seabreeze convergence lift. The Australian altitude record for gliders (33,000 feet above sea level) was set during a flight from Bunyan Airfield in 1995 using mountain lee waves.

Tue, 20 Oct 2015
Anonymous flyer on Yass Airport view thread

Flight was great. Got threaten by a terrorist but it was worth the experience. I would recommend Yass airport to anyone who truly wants a great aussie experience, even though I nearly died after hitting a cow but still it was great and there is only ten plane crashes a year. Definitely returning with my family, I definitely McLoved it!

The airport security was awesomely slack too, the staff all bogans and the plane took three turns to take off, but you know what? I McLoved every second of it.

Last visit there was a drainage ditch across about 100 m of the western threshold.

Otherwise, beware parachutists and when grass long and wet.

Today 08/03/2015 is a very momentous day for WOL(Illawarra Regional Airport). Today is the day that VH-OJA a QANTAS B744 VH-OJA takes her final flight from SYD to WOL, this flight is sheduled for 07:30 AEDT. The flight will last 15 mins aprox.

Fri, 25 Jul 2014
Anonymous flyer on Beechworth Airport view thread

Beechworth is not in NSW!!

Beechworth is in Victoria!!

How can you be that innaccurate!


[All 125 comments...]