Leeuwin Estate Airstrip in Western Australia is attached to an Australian winery and restaurant based in the Margaret River wine region of Western Australia. It was established in 1973 by Denis and Tricia Horgan. The land was previously used as a cattle station and after having been purchased as part of a deal to buy a plumbing business by Denis Horgan in 1969, the land was converted to vineyards based on the advice of the Western Australian Department of Agriculture.
16 / 34
34° 0125 S
115° 0387 E
(08) 9759 0000
1 – midway, E side
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Special Procedures and Comments: CTAF 126.7
Beware trees on approaches.
Caution: the northern end of the runway has a steep downslope to the north (hump).
Please do not overfly Eagle Farm (2 NM north of the field) or the houses.
Take off RWY 16 – avoid the houses, depart to the west.
RWY 16 threshold is displaced 300 metres.
Landing RWY 16 – avoid the Eagle Farm.
Landing RWY 34 – approach from the west, avoid the houses.
This is not a commercial airstrip. It is to be used only for guests having lunch at the restaurant. Latest information: Justin Horgen (08) 9430 4099
Permission required prior to use. An indemnity form must be signed prior to landing. Download here
For more information, see website: https://www.leeuwinestate.com.au
|The nearest town to Leeuwin Estate is Margaret River. Click here to view the Attractions, Accommodation and Dining options in the Margaret River area.|