Welcome to Kilcoy Airfield!

Home of South East Queensland Sport Aircraft Club (SEQSAC)

Welcome to Kilcoy, the best kept aviation secret in SE Queensland!

Great hangars and million dollar views in every direction!

Kilcoy Airfield provides a safe, secure 'grassroots' airfield for club members and their visitors at a modest cost.

Kilcoy airstrip is managed by the South East Queensland Sport Aircraft Club inc and has been made available for public use under arrangements with Somerset Regional Council.

It has a natural surface and details are listed in ERSA.

Pilots are reminded that it's their responsibility as pilot in command to assess the condition of the runway and its suitability for their particular aircraft.

While the club maintains the runway, no responsibility or advice will be taken or give in so far as it suitability for particular aircraft.

Aircraft using the runway are deemed to have investigated conditions and suitability.

Kilcoy Airfield is leased from SEQWater and administered by the South East Queensland Sport Aircraft Club (SEQSAC). The runway is public; however the club controls the rest of the lease and maintains the entire area. There are no landing fees and no permission is required to use the runway.

Kilcoy is true grass roots aviation and purely for recreation, no commercial activities are permitted.

Contact Us

Our INFORMATION pages include ….

We invite non-members to fly-in. Please ring first to ensure airport serviceability

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Click on Sign for more information and Hazard/Occurrence Report Form


Cessna 195A VH-KES

Dion Pastars

This Cessna 195A (Serial 7509) was manufactured in the US in 1950 and registered in Australia in March 1993. The aircraft was originally marketed by Cessna as an "Executive Business Liner" and when imported was mostly polished aluminium with a decorated Varga girl as nose art. In about 1998 its original avionics, lockable tailwheel and other bits and pieces were installed. The aircraft is a joy to fly, always attracts attention and really takes one back to what post war civil flying was about. Interestingly, I still have all the documentation since 1950 (even original test flight notes and first ferry flight to the new owner in California).

If you are a member of SEQSAC, we'd love to feature your aircraft. Please send details to:

PO Box 195
Kilcoy, Qld 4515


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