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Ticket Information 2018-02-14T11:09:23+00:00

Warbirds Downunder 2018 Ticket Information

Tickets for Warbirds Downunder 2018 will go on sale 10th April 2018.

Warbirds Downunder 2018 will encompass both an evening airshow on Friday October 12th 2018 and a full airshow program on Saturday October 13th 2018.

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TICKET

INFORMATION

You are advised to pre-purchase your tickets before the event as prices will be higher at the gate on the day of the airshow. Premium tickets will not be available on the day.

Temora Aviation Museum Annual Pass holders will not be able to use their annual passes to access the Warbirds Downunder 2018 Airshow.

There are no refunds or exchanges on pre-sold tickets.

Ticket Categories

Visitors attending Warbirds Downunder 2018 will have the option to choose from Gold Pass Tickets, Silver Pass Tickets, Bronze Pass Tickets, Flightline Premium Tickets, or General Admission Tickets. Tickets will go on sale April 10th 2018.

Gold Pass Tickets

Inclusions:

  • Free priority parking
  • 2 day admission pass to Warbirds Downunder 2018 Airshow and Temora Aviation Museum
  • Access to the Gold Pass Enclosure and exclusive food vendor
  • Allocated seat in grandstand, in front of the runway at show centre
  • Shade sail area with tables and chairs
  • Gift pack, including a Gold Pass Hat and Airshow Souvenir Program

Please note that there is no ground-level seating in the Gold Pass stand. The grandstand is not suitable for those who cannot climb stairs, are in a wheelchair or strollers.

Gold Pass tickets are limited in number and are only available online prior to the airshow.

Silver Pass

Inclusions:

  • Free priority parking
  • 2 day admission pass to Warbirds Downunder 2018 Airshow and Temora Aviation Museum
  • Access to the Silver Pass Grandstand
  • Allocated seat in grandstand in front of the runway and to the right of show centre
  • Airshow Souvenir Program

Please note that there is no ground-level seating in the Silver Pass stand. The grandstand is not suitable for those who cannot climb stairs, are in a wheelchair or strollers.

Silver Pass tickets are limited in number and are only available online prior to the airshow.

Bronze Pass

Inclusions:

  • Free priority parking
  • 2 day admission pass to Warbirds Downunder 2018 Airshow and Temora Aviation Museum
  • Access to the Bronze Pass Area
  • This area consists of individual chairs on a level surface right in front of the runway and to the left of show centre
  • Airshow Souvenir Program
  • This pass is only available online in advance and has limited numbers.

Please note that this area is shaded from above but has an obstructed view directly above (due to steel awning) and to the right (due to Gold Pass Grandstand). As this area faces west, sun will come in the front of the awning as the day progresses.

Bronze Pass tickets are limited in number and are only available online prior to the airshow.

Flightline Premium Grandstand

Inclusions:

  • 2 day admission pass to Warbirds Downunder 2018 Airshow and Temora Aviation Museum
  • Access to the Flightline Premium Grandstand

This grandstand is ideal for small groups looking for that premium location at Warbirds Downunder. Includes an exclusive grassed area and small grandstand in front of the runway, just to the left of show centre.

Flightline Premium tickets are limited in number and are only available online prior to the airshow.

General Admission Tickets

Inclusions:

  • Admission to Warbirds Downunder 2018 Airshow for the day(s) the ticket is purchased.
  • Admission to Temora Aviation Museum for the day(s) the ticket is purchased.

General Admission tickets are available as either 1 day or 2 day passes for adults, children or families. Please note that family passes include 2 adults & 2 children only, and any additional tickets that are needed will need to be purchased.

Child admission tickets are only available for children aged 3-16 years. Visitors over the age of 16 will need to purchase an adult admission ticket.

Premium Ticket Locations

Ticket Prices

Ticket TypeOnline Price*Gate Price
Gold Pass (2 Days Only)$220.00N/A
Silver Pass (2 Days Only)$155.00N/A
Bronze Pass (2 Days Only)$145.00N/A
Flightline Premium Grandstand (2 Day Pass)$110.00N/A
Adult General Admission (2 Day Pass)$75.00$85.00
Child General Admission (2 Day Pass)$20.00$20.00
Family General Admission (2 Day Pass)$170.00$190.00
Adult General Admission (Friday Only)$35.00$40.00
Child General Admission (Friday Only)$15.00$15.00
Family General Admission (Friday Only)$80.00$90.00
Adult General Admission (Saturday Only)$50.00$60.00
Child General Admission (Saturday Only)$15.00$15.00
Family General Admission (Saturday Only)$110.00$130.00

*Please note that a transaction fee of $3.95 applies per transaction completed online or over the phone.

Terms and Conditions of Entry

Warbirds Downunder and Temora Aviation Museum

1. Tickets and Passes 
1.1 Persons not in possession of a current valid ticket or pass will not be permitted to enter the Event site.
1.2 No refund or exchange will be made if tickets or passes are not used either in full or in part.
1.3 Gold, Silver and Bronze Pass Tickets are subject to availability.

2. Carparks
2.1 Event carparks are exclusively for the use of Event patrons.
2.2 All persons entering carparks must be in possession of, or immediately acquire, current valid admission tickets or passes to the Event.
2.3 No person may remain in a carpark without being in possession of a current valid admission ticket or pass to the Event.

3. Right to Refuse Entry and to Remove
3.1 The Organisers may, in their absolute discretion, refuse entry to the Event site or carparks to any person, vehicle, aircraft or container.
3.2 The Organisers may, in their absolute discretion, require any person, vehicle, aircraft or container to leave the Event site or carparks.
3.3 Any person failing to comply with a direction on behalf of the Organisers to leave the Event site or carparks may be physically removed by the Organisers, their officials or security personnel.
3.4 Any vehicle, aircraft or container not removed from the Event site (or carparks) in accordance with a direction on behalf of the Organisers may be physically removed by the Organisers, their officials or security personnel.

4. Prohibited Items
4.1 Persons, vehicles, aircraft and containers are not permitted to enter the Event site with any prohibited item.
4.2 Prohibited items include:-
(i) materials, substances, explosives, pyrotechnics, weapons (including replica and toy firearms), projectiles and similar devices,
(ii) placards, flags, banners, signs, brochures and leaflets,
(iii) megaphones, amplifiers, loud speakers, lights and lasers,
(iv) paint, chemicals, spray cans, apparatus and equipment,
(v) bicycles, scooters, golf carts and items of personal conveyance (other than wheelchairs for use by disabled persons),
(vi) stoves, barbecues and cooking equipment,
(vii) tents, structures, shelters and elevated seating,
(viii) shade and/or beach umbrellas which, in the opinion of the Organisers, have or may have the potential to cause damage, injury, hazard, danger, disruption, public nuisance, offence, distress, public inconvenience or security risk.
4.3 All unlawful substances are prohibited items.
4.4 Alcohol may not be brought onto the Event site except with the prior express approval of the Organisers.
4.5 Animals and birds will not be admitted to the Event site or carparks except guide dogs being used by blind, deaf or otherwise disabled persons.
4.6 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.

5. Lost or Unattended Items
5.1 Bags, luggage, receptacles and personal effects left unattended within the Event site or carparks will be removed from the venue without notice and may be destroyed.

6. Suspicious Objects
6.1 Suspicious objects or persons behaving in a suspicious manner should be reported immediately to the Organisers, their officials, security personnel or the police.

7. Instructions and Directions
7.1 All persons admitted to the Event site or carparks are required to comply with all instructions and directions issued by the Organisers, their officials and security personnel.
7.2 A strict security regime will be in operation at the Airshow. All persons entering this site may be subject to personal or property checks and inspections.

8. Release of Liability
8.1 All persons admitted to the Event site or carparks are advised that airshows include elements of danger and risk of injury. The approvals required by the applicable authorities have been obtained for the staging of the Air Show and such precautions as are reasonably appropriate will be taken to minimise risk to those in attendance. It is a condition of entry that all persons attending the Air Show do so accepting that all risks cannot be eliminated.
8.2 The Organisers do not accept responsibility for any negligent acts or omissions by performers, display participants, spectators, visitors, exhibitors, caterers, contractors, suppliers or persons other than the Organisers, their officials, servants or agents.

9. Alteration to Program etc.
9.1 Program, display and exhibition content, duration and timing may be subject to alteration without notice.
9.2 The right is reserved to vary, add, withdraw or substitute performances, exhibits and displays and/or to vary advertised programs, seating arrangements and facilities at any time and without notice.

10. Cancellation, Abandonment and Postponement
10.1 If any part of the Event or any performance, display, exhibit or other element of the Event is cancelled, abandoned or postponed, in whole or in part, due to adverse weather or for any other cause reasonably beyond the Organisers’ control, there is no right to refund or exchange and no obligation on the Organisers to arrange any substitute event, performance, display, exhibit or element.

11. Exploitation of Film, Sound, Video, Recording, Software etc.
11.1 No person who enters or has entered the Event site or carparks shall without the prior written consent of the Organisers sell, license or otherwise exploit, or attempt to exploit, any material whether written or in the form of digital or photographic film, sound, video or other recording or computer software obtained or made at the Event site or carparks. All persons entering the Event site or carparks agree that the Organisers’ remedies for breach of this condition shall not be limited to damages and may include all and any profits made as a result of such breach.