How To Get To Warbirds Downunder 2018
Take the Hume Highway toward Yass. Stay on the Hume Highway and go approximately 7 km past the Yass Exit and turn right on to Burley Griffin Way at the Harden/Temora Turn Off. Follow the signs to Temora.
Take Barton Highway to the Hume Highway at Yass and go approximately 7 km past the Yass Exit and turn right on to Burley Griffin Way at the Harden/Temora Turn Off. Follow the signs to Temora.
Follow the Hume Highway North towards Sydney. Take the Wagga Wagga turnoff and continue into Wagga. Take the Olympic Hwy/A41 north towards Junee, and continue on to Goldfields Way/B85 towards Temora.
From Wagga Wagga:
Take the Olympic Hwy/A41 north towards Junee, and continue on to Goldfields Way/B85 towards Temora.
You could also book a seat with Allen’s Coaches on their shuttle bus to Warbirds Downunder 2018. For more information, click here.
Once in Temora:
Follow the signs heading north along Hoskins Street (the main street) and turn left at Kitchener Road. Cross the railway line and the road swings right to become Airport Street. Then follow the directions of the parking staff and signs.
Fly on a Commercial Airline
Qantas and Regional Express Airlines both fly regular commercial flights between Sydney and Wagga Wagga with Regional Express Airlines also operating between Melbourne and Wagga Wagga. Upon arriving at Wagga Wagga Airport it would be necessary to rent a car for the drive to Temora. Rental agencies on site are Hertz, Avis, Budget and Thrifty.
Arrive by Train
Countrylink trains operate from Sydney and Melbourne to Cootamundra train station where they are met by a connecting bus service to transport passengers to Temora. For more information please contact Countrylink.
Fly Your Own Aircraft
For pilots intending to fly to Temora Aerodrome for Warbirds Downunder 2018, an AIP SUP will be published closer to the event. Please see Airservices Australia’s website.
It is recommended that you check NOTAMS for YMMM (Melbourne FIR), YTEM, D427 and R406 in addition to any other NOTAMS required for your flight. A full Pilot Advice information document for the 2018 event is also available here, and includes a high resolution airfield photo to enable pilots to become familiar with the airfield layout and aircraft parking areas prior to arrival.