Airport

Bunbury Airport is located 8km south east of Bunbury CBD. The airport is a modern and well maintained facility and features include:

  • CASA ‘registered’ airport.

  • A sealed 1,015m runway (07/25) with PAL activated LED runway and taxiway lighting.

  • A full length taxiway with run-up bays.

  • AVGAS card bowser & Jet A1 (drums) refuelling facilities.

  • Aircraft parking areas including tie-down cables.

  • ‘Fee Free’ – no landing fees or aircraft parking fees.

  • LAME workshop.

 

Bunbury Airport is owned and operated by the City of Bunbury. The airports users include:

  • General Aviation – approximately 70 hangars and 100 aircraft permanently based.

  • 2 x Pilot Training Organisations.

  • Emergency Services – permanent RAC rescue helicopter base, seasonal Water Bomber base along with significant RFDS traffic.

 

Airport Master Plan 2020-2040- click here​

Contacts –  click here​​

Overall Plan –  click here

Aircraft Parking Plan –  click here

Airport Master Plan 2010-2015 –  click here

Airport Development Plan 2010-2015 –  click here

Bunbury Airport Hangar Development Environmental Offset Plan –  click here

Airside access permit - click here

Noise complaints- click here

Bunbury Fly Friendly Agreement - click here​ 

 

Airport Alumni

Since opening in 1964, Bunbury Airport has trained many hundreds of pilots and many others have gained experience or accumulated flying hours. Many of these have gone onto successful careers in commercial or military aviation. The City of Bunbury has complied the Airport Alumni list to honour them. This is a living document and members of the public are welcome to contact the City of Bunbury via email records@bunbury.wa.gov.au to have new names listed, or to amend or update existing listings.