As well as some awesome aircraft in the sky, you will be able to see some pretty amazing flying machines on the ground in the static display. You’ll get to see a good range of the common general aviation aircraft up close, as well as some unusual ones.
One example is an amphibian aircraft, a RANS S7S Courier owned by Grant Farrow.
As the name implies, an amphibian aircraft can “alight” on land or water.
There are plenty of other interesting aircraft to see on the ground, including the Victa Airtourer, a highly respected Australian aircraft made by the Victa mower company in the 1960s.
And there will be some really old aeroplanes too, including an extremely rare 1930s Miles Falcon (one of three still airworthy in the world!), and a BA Swallow (one of only two in Australia).