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Australian International Airshow 2017

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Name:Australian International Airshow 2017
Town:Avalon AU
Contest:The event has no contest


Date:3-5 March 2017
Opening hours:Public sessions are from 2pm on the Friday 3rd March and all day Saturday 4th March and Sunday 5th March.


Town:3212 Avalon
Street:Avalon Airport
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Parking options:On the public days 3rd March to 5th March a car parking fee of $10 per car per day applies to General Admission Tickets and is payable at the gate upon entry.

Entrance fees

Entrance fees:General Admission Ticket Prices:

Adult (15 years and over) $65.00
Child (5-14 years) $30.00
Children (under 5) Free
Family Ticket (2A + 4C) $130.00
Extra child (5-14 years of age) $10.00
Concession / Student* $50.00
Senior cards are not accepted


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Michael Hickey will attend
Australian International Airshow 2017 in Avalon
Australian International Airshow 2017
AU 3-5 March 2017, in Avalon
7. February 2017, 02:47
Michael Hickey
While I'm down there we'll also go to the R.A.A.F Museum at Point Cook. :D
7. February 2017, 03:41
Looks like one of our F-35's is going to be there too. Unfortunately Avalon is always on the same weekend as the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide
7. February 2017, 08:08
7. February 2017, 11:05
Scott Dutton
B-24 Liberator restore in Werribee is worth a look as well. Aussie JSF or US, I was guessing from Okinawa as I think they are only squadron at IOC.
7. February 2017, 13:47
You may be right there so might not be one of ours. They can only fly a short distance. Apparently they will need inflight refuelling three or four times to get from Sydney to Perth. They actually are a very poor choice of aircraft for us as they are designed to be used in conjunction with the F-22 which we don't have and Boeing no longer build.
By the time we get them all they will be fairly redundant as drones are the technology of the future but we have streams of money for defence just ask fifty billion dollar man Christopher (all the money in the world is worth it as long as I keep my job) Pyne
7. February 2017, 19:17