(7th June 2010) - This site is now closed but for all those who remember jumping out of a very good plane and occasionally breaking a few bones, here it is.
Uploaded 6th June 2010 - This strip was a WW2 satelite landing area for RAAF Caversham. Mooliabeenee (frequently misspelt as Mooliabeenie) is a locality in Western Australia, East of Gingin, within the Shire of Chittering.
Uploaded 5th June 2010 - The default FSX version of this base is very primitive and has even less detail than FS9 which was inaccurate. As this is an active base and out of respect to the rules of the Pearce Flying Club, no photographs have been taken and all models are generic.
Uploaded 23rd May 2010 - SABC is based at Serpentine Airfield, Western Australia; which was constructed and is maintained by club members, who build and fly their own aircraft.
21st May 2010 - This strip built by Alan Bond is derelict and I have never seen an aircraft there since the 1960's.
(20th May 2010) - Due to wartime regulations, there are no photos of the base at Caversham but it was a very basic strip with few buildings. My Grandfather was based there in signals before posting to Lesmurdie, Meekatharra, 6 Mile Bore in the Northern Territory then Darwin.
Uploaded 20th May 2010 - This strip is mown and has a windsock but I have never seen an aircraft there.
(9th May 2010) US Navy Seaplane Base, Crawley and QANTAS at Pelican Point, Nedlands with water start points.
2nd May 2010 - remote airstrip in the Petermann Ranges near the West Australian border within Ngaanyatjarraku Shire, Western Australia approx.. 4 kilometres from the Community. Formerley Docker River Outstation.
8th April 2010 - Oombulgurri, also written as Umbulgara, is an Aboriginal community in the eastern Kimberley, with a population of 300. The nearest town is Wyndham, which is 45 km to the southeast; the nearest major town is Kununurra, which is 120 km to the southeast.
(13th Jul 2009) - Complete island replacement A barren limestone shelf north of One Arm Point and Derby on the flight path to nowhere. There's a tent near the strip and a tractor near the boat shed. Beware the king tides if you land on the beach! Not much there but good fishing.
(6th April 2010) - The Manjimup Airfield terminal and associated patient transfer building is only for the use of visiting pilots and passengers, Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) and St John Ambulance crews as well as housing the navigation beacon and runway lighting monitors.
29th March 2010 - One of few stopping points on the Perth Darwin Highway. "We are not a hotel, not a motel, not a farm stay, not a bed and breakfast, not a roadhouse, but we ARE an Australian outback mixture of all these things.
Uploaded 8th March 2010 - The strip is very bare but the station homestead is a good representation from the air and if you are flying the Gunbarrel Highway, you might need to drop in for fuel because it's 486 kn of nothing else between Leonora and Warakurna (Giles).
Built by request (8th Jan 2010) - Merredin, a town better known for its wheat and sheep exports. But for almost two decades, it's where one of Asia's busiest carriers, China Southern Airlines, has been sending its trainee pilots to learn how to fly.
Built by request (6th Jan 2010) - This land has over the years been allocated to community groups to crop with a view to fundraising such as the Bruce Rock District High School P&C Association.
(Last update 5th Jan 2010) - High frame version available on OZx - This field was constructed at the request of the Narrogin Senior High School aviation staff. Thanks to Rick Bee for the aerial photography.
Uploaded 5th Jan 2010 - This location is lengthened for RFDS use and close to town.