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The Toowoomba City aerodrome is located 5 kilometres west of the CBD in the suburb of Wilsonton.
The aerodrome is home to a number of flying schools, charter operators, business operators and maintenance providers, as well as being home to one of the finest collection of warbirds in Australia. Many visitors to the aerodrome have enjoyed the sights and sounds above the garden city with a warbird adventure flight.
The Toowoomba City Aerodrome’s landing and parking rates provide a convenient and affordable option for travellers who fly their own aircraft to the Region.
The Toowoomba City Aerodrome is utilised for fly-in-fly-out and itinerant workers who use the aerodrome as a base for work travel to and from Toowoomba.
Aerodrome office: Mutze St (Building B8)Office hours: 9am to 5pm (Monday to Friday). Closed public holidaysOffice phone: 131 872After hours (incl. emergencies): 131 872 - ask for the on-call aerodrome reporting officer
Mutz Street, Wilsonton
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We welcome all feedback in reference to the Toowoomba City Aerodrome. To contact aerodrome management directly please email us.
Toowoomba City Aerodrome aircraft term parking application (PDF for print)
Toowoomba Region authority to use airside application (PDF for print)
Toowoomba Region authority to drive airside application (PDF for print)
Toowoomba Region Aerodrome conditions of access and use (PDF for print)
Toowoomba City Aerodrome training and induction handbook (PDF for print)
The set fees for the aerodrome can be viewed in our Register of Fees & Charges.
You can view the applicable aeronautical information package by visiting the Airservices web page. Simply open the page, find the aerodrome location (Toowoomba) and open the associated links.
Before accessing the aerodrome, you should make yourself familiar with our Toowoomba Region aerodrome conditions of access and use.
Events at our aerodrome are sure to thrill. One of these events, the Wings and Wheels David Hack Memorial Classic Meet entertains crowds of visitors annually in May.
Keep an eye on the Toowoomba City Aerodrome Facebook page for other upcoming events.
There are two providers who supply aircraft training including Darling Downs Aero Club and Aerotec.
Aircraft maintenance services on offer at the aerodrome include general electrical, paint and panel, radio maintenance, CASA regulation maintenance programme. There are seven providers of aircraft maintenance services at the Toowoomba City Aerodrome.
Joy flights in light aircraft and adventure flights in World War II run by our aerodrome providers aircraft can be arranged by contacting us.
There are a number of fully restored and functional war bird aircraft located at the Toowoomba Aerodrome including Trojans, Harvards, Yaks, Bi-plane, Steerman, Wingdew and Nanchang.
There are three memorials at the Toowoomba City Aerodrome including the Air Vice Marshall Bennett memorial, Guido Zuccoli and the Kittyhawk memorial. See related links for further information.
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As the owner and operator of the Toowoomba Aerodrome,Toowoomba Regional Council has an important role in providing safe operating conditions for all aerodrome users. To ensure that all proposed activities comply with the relevant legislation and Council's local policies and procedures, applications must be lodged with the Aerodrome Operations office at least 48 business hours prior to high clearance plant being used.
High clearance plant, is plant such as cranes and concrete boom pumps that are sometimes used in major building projects to assist with construction works and maintenance works of larger buildings.
Due to the location of the Toowoomba aerodrome and the growth that Toowoomba is experiencing, the requirement and demand for building is also increasing. The height at which high clearance plant can go to, particularly cranes, can penetrate into airspace that the Aerodrome Operator has to protect under the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Regulations. CASA are the governing body who determines both Aviation rules and Regulations. Under these rules the Aerodrome Operator has to implement a protection layer known as the Obstacle Limitation Surfaces (OLS).
The OLS protects the aerodrome for up to 15 kilometres, which is inhabited by residential land industrial areas. Therefore it is of utmost importance that operators of high clearance plant inform the Aerodrome Operations Office of pending works.The Aerodrome Operations Office requires at least 48 business hrs notice.
Notice of Intended Use of a Crane or High Clearance Plant Application Form
Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)
Office of Transport & Security (OTS)