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Gayndah Airstrip QLD

 

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Gayndah Airstrip Terminal Building in QLD
Gayndah Airstrip Terminal Building

Gayndah Airstrip in QLD is a small airstrip that services the local town. It is located 1 NM north-east of the town of Gayndah. There is a Terminal that has a passenger lounge and toilets.

The Airstrip is sealed, has fuel and pilot activated lighting.

Gayndah, a pleasant rural service centre located on the Burnett River, lies at the heart of Queensland’s citrus area and proudly claims to be ‘The Orange Capital of Queensland’. This claim is given some added weight by the ‘Big Orange’ which stands at the end of town. While in many ways a typical Queensland rural town, Gayndah has a number of special attractions: it has an excellent museum with a number of historic houses; the Archer’s Lookout offers a fine vantage point over the town; Mellors Drapery Store has one of the few functioning “flying foxes” left in the country; and, to complement the town’s “orange” theme, the town clock has been designed in the shape of a citrus tree.

Gayndah Airstrip QLD. Country Airstrips Australia
Gayndah Airstrip QLD
Elevation
372
Area Forecast
40
Strip Direction
06 / 24
GPS Position
25° 3655 S
151° 3715 E
ALA Code
YGAY
Strip Length
1265
WAC Chart
3340
FIA
Brisbane Centre 124.1 500FT
Strip Surface
Sealed
Owner / Operator
North Burnett Regional Council
1300 696 272
ARO 0407 733 042
Windsock
1 – N side of Tarmac
ASIC Security / Vis Vest
No
Fuel
AVGAS and JetA1 Bowser 24/7
Visa and MC
Distance to Town
1 NM
Lighting
AFRU and PAL 126.7
Aircraft Parking
Yes
Transport
Landing Fees
No
Special Procedures and Comments: CTAF 126.7

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