December fly in over and new committee voted into all positions at AGM.
Next year 2024 events will be added shortly. Thanks for you continuing support.
Watch This Website for Current Updates for 2024
Fly in dates for 2024 as follows
To be updated.
February Fly in saw a good range of aircraft arrive for our hearty, mouth watering breakfast.
Members have been busy tiling the OP’s centre. Come and check it out .
MEMBERS HAVE BEEN WORKING HARD TO IMPROVE THE FACILITY, THANK-YOU.
Breakfast($20) is served from 7.30 a.m. and includes:
Scrambled eggs, fried eggs on request, bacon, sausages, onions, freshly grilled mushrooms, baked beans and toast with tea & freshly brewed coffee, plus home-made muffins. Other or changed items may be offered dependent on seasonal availability.
Tel: – fly-in weekend only)
DEPENDING ON SEASONAL CONDITIONS YMRG WILL REMAIN OPEN.
Members have been busy tiling the OP’s centre. Come and check it out at the December fly in
MEMBERS HAVE BEEN WORKING HARD TO IMPROVE THE FACILITY WHILE WE WAIT FOR A SAFE OPPORTUNITY TO RESTART BREAKFAST FLY INS
DEPENDING ON SEASONAL CONDITIONS YMRG WILL REMAIN OPEN
Breakfast($20) is served from 7.30 a.m. and includes:
Our breakfast of scrambled eggs, fried eggs on request, bacon, sausages, onions, freshly grilled mushrooms, baked beans and toast with tea & freshly brewed coffee, plus home-made muffins is unchanged but is presented and served as per the COVID-Safe Checklist. Other /changed items may be offered dependent on seasonal availability.
N.B. There will be no serve yourself bain-marie buffet.
Fly in/drive in on Saturday for underwing camping or caravanning options* on Saturday night. Enjoy dinner and an aviation related movie – all for only $20. Please notify us if you are coming for the evening meal as catering is essential or you may miss out. Please contact us on 0412740020 (more numbers to come). Please advise us 24 hours in advance if you will be staying for dinner Saturday night. *For more comfort, 3-Star motel accommodation is available at The Australian Hotel/Motel(07 41681095), an easy 22 minute walk or a $10 taxi fare from the airfield, starting from $80 per night, please book ahead as they are often booked out on Saturday nights. If you do miss out, the Royal Hotel(07 41681799) opposite is also $80 per night. It is quite comfortable, air-conditioned, but with shared facilities.(facility prices are subject to change at any time
Tel: 0412740020 (More contact numbers to come)
Great Music Night at Gayndah
August fly in 2018 had the most perfect weather for a good roll up of planes, take a few minutes to view the slider below from this busy fly in
Great breakfast, great company
New gas five burner a hit with volunteers
Camping underwing night before the fly in
Good variety of planes
Pick your favourite plane of the day
Camping underwing of a new Savannah – also Savannah of the day
Daves trusty tadpole
Travel in style
Brian’s trusty Savannah
Ben’s Jabiru from Caboolture
Good turn up of VH planes
Look out! Live weather pics from 4 directions IS HERE
Charlie’s Grumman Tiger can be seen around QLD doing a Care Flight from time to time
Graham & Val’s Tecnam
Glen who is in his early nineties flies his little flea in most fly ins
Mal’s slick Skyranger
Duncan & Kathryn’s fly their Cherokee in most Fridays before the fly in for a night away from the big city
October fly in was far too wet for anyone to fly or drive into Angelfield, We had a good time anyway and the food was great!
Large slab table has been sanded and varnished with a few additives
Black expansive soils typical of Queensland do not drain well. Most rural airfields in our area are built on ancient river beds.
2019 Mt Perry trip was a treat, good people & good food. Looking forward to the next ‘Christmas In July’
Thanks to all who helped over the 2 days. The day was perfect for flying, and fly in they did, and a lot drove in to enjoy a hearty brekkie
Paul starting his tail wheel endorsement on his rebuilt Sky Fox, we think you enjoyed your first flight in your Sky Fox immenselyAerial view of AngelfieldMember Walter & his trusty Sav are regulars at AngelfieldAugust fly in saw perfect weatherEileen & Neville who have been a great help to the club
Many thanks to the Murgon Rotary for participating in our fly in brekkie. And it was great to see so much enthusiasm with young members who enjoyed a flight in a Savannah by club members Bill and Steve. Also would like to thank Charlie for the donation of a base radio.
Murgon Rotary members checking out Ralph & Deb’s aircraftMurgon Rotary members enjoyed brekkie and a tour around AngelfieldCharlie & Ellen’s Tiger had no problems getting into Angelfield earlyDave’s nifty little aircraft snuck under the low based cloud for a hearty breakfast
Bill our flying instructor also took some Rotary members for TIF’s as many had never been in a small aircraft
Steve did make it under the cloud early and gave several rides to Rotary members who had a ball
Bruce & Carol from Pacific Haven are regulars to Angelfield
Allan & Des from a little town near Bendigo Vic stopped overnight and had brekkie with Burnett flyers on their way to Cooktown
A short video by Heath Pukallus – Lake Barambah Flyin Splashin
The Seaplanes were busy all weekend and fun to watch at Lake BarambahCamp ovens cooking up a stormView from the Grumman ‘Mallard’ back to the shores of Lake Barambah
Lake Barambah Fly In-Splash In 2015
Member Ellen scored a ride on the MallardEarly morning on the shores of Lake BarambahSeveral ultralights flew in on Anzac Day but had to wait until Monday to depart due to the windy conditions on SundayMallard on Lake BarambahNice to see other Grumman’s fly in on Anzac DayBill reciting poetry to many who attended the weekend
3 Buccaneers proudly parked on the edge of Lake BarambahA good selection of GA planes attended Lake Barambah fly in
Steve directing air traffic safely at Lake Barambah Flyin/Splashin
——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————– Angelfield Fly In Brekkie
This Jodel flew into Angelfield for our May BrekkiePeter Young flying out of Angelfield after spending a cool Friday night campingA very crowded OP’s centre, and some very busy members keeping the food up to the stream of visitors that flew in at the May fly inSkyfox ‘Gazelle’ attended the May fly in brekkieAnother newbie to AngelfieldThe May fly in was a ripper of a day. A good variety of aircraft flew in from all directionsTony King flew his new aircraft into our May fly in for brekkie
Always a good roll up of new planes come into AngelfieldAfter several circuits at Angelfield Will flew his brand new Zenith back to his own strip for the first time. Thanks Fiona for sharing your photo’s & it’s a credit to Will who has built this lovely aircraft from scratch over the last 4 yearsWill with his brand new Zenith, nearly ready for her maiden flight at our Feb fly inJanuary saw a good variety of planes fly into AngelfieldX-air flew into our January 2015 fly in
Werner & Helena with Mal’s Skyranger who are club members and fly every Saturday in a Cessna 172 out of Redcliffe…will try and organize a lift for both of you from Caboolture this year with one or two of our members to AngelfieldAnother great day with a good variety of planes from far and wide.This Bonanza ‘V’ tail fought the high winds to camp over night, all those who did fly in on Friday had next to perfect landingsFriday night campers were out in force for the Nov fly in, even in high gusty winds. All enjoyed home made pizza served by members, thanks for coming guys & girls
Charles with his distinctive Savannah from GympieOctober weather did not deter flyers at AngelfieldGood to see some Trikes fly in to Angelfield for our BrekkieOctober fly in saw several new planes turn up to enjoy the camaraderie that Angelfield is famous forIt was a day for Yaks!
September saw 2 Yaks fly in which was a highlight at the September brekkie Peter Young who is a regular at AngelfieldNew members Charlie & Ellen with their beautiful Grumman Tiger at Sylvan Springs airfieldCharlie & Ellen’s ‘Tiger’ cockpit…any pilots dream!!Mick’s Drifter had a good haul from OakeyBoard Member Tony King with our oldest pilot Glen Noble, Andre Maertens and Mick Scott Walter and friend from Gympie are regular visitors. Remember Gympie has a breakfast at their airport first Sunday of the monthThis Chipmonk flew in with the Black Tiger MothThis Tiger Moth was well worth the trip to Angelfield to seeAugust fly in was another beautiful day with a good number of aircraft attending the BrekkieAngelfield with Murgon in the background (photo taken SW of the field)
Airborne leaving our July Brekkie Fly InAnother Airborne to visit AngelfieldMobile camp at Lake BarambahGlen Noble with his trusty mobile phone and our Flying Instructor Bill Grieve having a great time at the 2014 BP fly in
An aerial photo of our 2014 BP fly inThis Buccaneer was also an attraction at the BP fly inLooking out of the Mallard cockpitThis majestic Grumman ‘Mallard’ was popular at the 2014 BP fly inOur Marquee at the BP fly in was bulging with people who thoroughly enjoyed the weekendRalph with his singing saw and Scotchy Pocket Songbird Saturday night at the BP fly in
Our May fly in was again well attended and a successThis Formula 1 Rocket owned by Nanango local Spider Webb flew in for the first time at the May fly in
Local Ag pilot Tony Pratt and family flew in for our brekkieDuncan & Catherine’s Piper are regular members at our BrekkieBruce & his Texan from Pacific Haven are regular visitors at AngelfieldSavannah from Kilcoy was one of the 13 Savs that flew into the December fly inFiona Davis receiving her prize which was delivered by Savannah airfreight
The pizza oven was put to the test and a great success13 Savannahs flew into Angelfield for the record December fly-in of 42 planesSteve enjoying taking some of the kids for a buzz around MurgonThis aircraft was a delight to see fly into our December fly-inDoreen Campos from the Salvo’s receiving several boxes of toys donated by members and fliers for needy kidsNEXT FLY IN AT ANGELFIELD will be Sat 9th August 201
The campfire Friday night is a fun time for all aviation enthusiastsMember Steve Donald taking a local identity for a spin in his immaculate Savannah at Angelfield This was a neat fast plane that had a visit to Angelfield in AugustMember Mal and his Skyranger at AngelfieldMember Tony Wright and the Rotax powered Jabiru that he is part owner of Frequent over nighter Bruce Bradley’s Rv6
Nice to see Angelfield coming alive with aircraft of all makes and models every month
WERNER CELEBRATING HIS BIRTHDAY AND OUR GRAND OPENING WITH ANDRE MAERTENS, HELENA AND SEVERAL OTHER MEMBERS AND VISITORS