The Wentworth aerodrome is situated about five kilometres from the town of Wentworth on the Old Renmark Road.
Council in 2020/21, with funding from Restart NSW carried out a major redevelopment of the aerodrome to 24 hour opertions.
The aerodrome consists of two runways: 08/26 being a 1400m long 23m wide seal runway with full-length taxiway access and Pilot Activated Lighting (PAL) allowing 24 hour operation.
Runway 17/35 is currently under construction to upgrade to seal, expected to be completed by February 2022.
The aerodrome has two-sealed parking/tie down aprons for both day and night operation.
Runway, Taxiway and Apron lighting being PAL operated with standby generator back up.
24 hour Avgas facility with swipe card (MC/V only) operation.
Public amenities are limited to toilets.
Local accommodation houses will pick up patrons from Wentworth aerodrome.
The aerodrome is also home to the Sunraysia Sports Aircraft Club and is usually busiest at weekends for recreational flyers in light and ultra light craft.
Wentworth Aerodrome’s traffic includes visits by emergency services including the police and flying doctor, as well as visiting government dignitaries and officials and many private aircraft.
The aerodrome is operated and maintained by Wentworth Shire Council.
Pilots are advised Fees and charges apply, please see this website for details of Conditions of use and access and fees and charges.
Pilots are advised to check Airservices Website (NAIPS) for the most up-to-date serviceably information for Wentworth aerodrome.
Pilot information regarding Wentworth aerodrome is available from Airservices latest publication of ERSA.
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M: 0429 660 096 Jamie-Lee Stonham