Please find below a list of Frequently Asked Questions relating to accommodation at Warbirds Downunder.
Under-wing camping is not available for Warbirds Downunder. There are two camping areas available on the Aerodrome including Squadron Tent Barracks which is set up as a tent village and is very handy for those that fly in. Temora Shire Council also operates an airfield caravan and camping area on the Aerodrome. Sites can be booked online.
Please click here for the links to the Visitor Information Centre websites of surrounding towns. They will be able to direct you to any available accommodation in the area.
Yes. If you don’t have any camping gear, don’t panic! Just rent a tent for Warbirds Downunder at Squadron Tent Barracks. The tents are set up ready for you to sleep in Friday and Saturday nights (with an option to add Thursday night), and then dismantled for you on Sunday. Click here for more information on Squadron Tent Barracks at Warbirds Downunder.
Yes, we have a number of powered and unpowered van sites available. Please click here for more information about the different types of Airfield Campground sites.
Yes, BBQs are permitted to be used in the campgrounds at Warbirds Downunder.
Unfortunately open fires are prohibited in the campgrounds at Warbirds Downunder.
- Gas bottles and small BBQs
- Eskies and coolers
- Generators to be used only between the hours of 8am and 8pm
Please note that prohibited items may be confiscated so if in doubt, leave it at home. Prohibited items include:
- Offensive weapons, including potential missiles
- Illegal substances
- Flares, fireworks or sparklers
- Fires and open flames of any kind (Gas BBQ’s excepted)
- Sound systems
- Portable laser equipment and pens
- Any other item deemed to be dangerous or offensive or potentially dangerous by event organisers
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) and any other forms of Drones or powered Models are prohibited by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to be used or operated at Aerodromes or within 30 meters of any other person. You could be fined up to $4000 so do not bring them to Warbirds Downunder.
The Tiger Moth campground is the only powered campground. If you are staying in one of the following campgrounds, Boomerang, Meteor, Wirraway, Hudson or Spitfire, you will need to provide your own power for your CPAP machine. If you are staying in Squadron Tent Barracks, you will also need to provide your own power for your CPAP machine.
Please note that generators are only to be used between the hours of 8am and 8pm.
When you arrive you will be directed along Airport Road to a check-in point. After you have checked in, a volunteer will take you to your campground.
Airfield Campground and Squadron Tent Barracks tickets will go on sale when Warbirds Downunder 2018 event tickets go on sale on 10th April 2018 via Ticketmaster. Please click here to purchase camping tickets.
Unfortunately there are no disabled facilities available within the Airfield Campgrounds. However, there will be disabled toilet and shower facilities available if you stay at Squadron Tent Barracks.
The campsites are approximately 8m x 6m. Please ensure all your belongings stay within this area.
If you require a bigger site to accommodate a larger caravan or RV, please purchase an additional site.
You will be able to book additional nights before the airshow. Airfield campsites are available from Monday 8th October 2018. Squadron Tent Barracks sites are available from Thursday 11th October 2018.
No, we have a no refund policy.
Yes they are, so get in quick.
No, once you have selected your campground type, you cannot change it.
If you are staying in one of the Airfield Campgrounds, or Squadron Tent Barracks, you must purchase a TWO DAY admission ticket for Warbirds Downunder 2018.
Please note that your event ticket will be checked when you arrive at the camping check-in. If you do not hold a valid two day event pass, you will be directed to the box office to purchase the relevant ticket.
As space is limited, only one vehicle will be permitted per site.
Temora Shire Council own the airfield and operate the campground for Warbirds Downunder. The people you will meet, who are checking you in and placing you on a site, are all volunteers, so please be patient and respectful.
You are purchasing a site within a campground – not a specific site number. Sites will be filled as guests arrive, so if you wish to be beside your friends you must all check in at the same time.
Yes. You can purchase as many sites as you would like.
Unfortunately, dogs and other pets are not allowed on the event site or at Squadron Tent Barracks. Guide dogs are, of course, an exception to this rule.
If you are staying in an Airfield Campground, pets are allowed, but must be on a lead at all times.