Aviation adventure around Narromine

As well as delicious produce and beautiful flower farms, Narromine is rich in aviation history, claiming the country's oldest regional aero club. With some of the best thermals in the world, it's a great place to watch the planes glide by while delving into Australian aviation's rich past.

  • Narromine Aerodrome
  • National Ultra-light Fly-in at Narromine

About Narromine

Located in the Macquarie Valley on the edge of the Dubbo Western Plains, Narromine is an agricultural town renowned for its excellent gliding conditions. You can experience the thrill of flying with an introductory flight in a glider, ultralight or aeroplane at Narromine aerodrome. You can also absorb aviation history and explore aeronautical memorabilia at the Narromine Aviation Museum.

Other aviation-related activities include the annual Narromine Air Show and the National Ultralight Fly-in held at Easter.

For a more relaxing pace in this Country NSW setting, enjoy a picnic among the flowers, including irises, cannas and geraniums at Narromine Iris Farm. Grab some lime goodies from Australia's largest lime orchard, Lime Grove.

Other things to do in the Dubbo area include a visit to the Taronga Western Plains Zoo and Wellington Caves and Phosphate Mine.

Flying into Dubbo City Regional Airport

Dubbo Airport is located 5 km from Dubbo’s town centre on the Mitchell Highway. Use the taxi services available at the front of the terminal to take the short trip northwest. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.

Choose from more than 180 weekly scheduled flights to and from Sydney, Newcastle, Melbourne, Brisbane, Broken Hill and Cobar with Regional Express, Qantas, FlyPelican and Jetgo Australia. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney for travel into Dubbo.


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