Prepare for an aviation spectacular that will get your heart racing as the ANZAC Weekend Air Show returns to West Sale Airport on the 27th-28th April 2024. Building on the resounding success of the Inaugural ANZAC Weekend Airshow, the 2024 event promises to be even more impressive, featuring awe-inspiring aircraft displays, thrilling aerobatic demonstrations, and a celebration of aviation history.
The 2024 ANZAC Weekend Airshow is set to be a feast for aviation enthusiasts, offering an up-close and personal experience with an incredible array of aircraft, from RAAF and aerobatic planes to commercial and recreational flying machines. The event will recreate the magic of flight with stunning displays, showcasing wings of all shapes and sizes.
"We are thrilled to bring back the ANZAC Weekend Airshow to The Middle of Everywhere and build on the success of the 2022 event. We are planning for an even bigger event this time around, with hopes to be known as the best little airshow in Australia.” said Event Director Nicholas Heath.
In addition to the aerial displays, the event will feature an exciting lineup of activities for attendees of all ages. Guests can explore displays of cars and motorbikes, enjoy live music, and savour local produce from the Gippsland region. The weekend of aviation action is designed to be a fun-filled experience for the whole family.
“We are looking forward to hosting the 2024 ANZAC Weekend Airshow, and planning to activate our region is well underway” said Wellington Shire Council Mayor, Cr Ian Bye.
“The event promises to not only celebrate the marvels of aviation but will also welcome thousands of visitors to The Middle of Everywhere. We are all really looking forward to sharing Wellington Shire’s spectacular beaches, historic communities, and the popular Victorian High Country with visitors and our community again in 2024.”
The second edition of the annual Anzac Weekend Airshow will run from 10am until 4pm on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 April, 2024. West Sale Airport is located 10km from Sale, Victoria and a 2.5-hour drive from Melbourne via the Princes Highway. Rail services run from Melbourne regularly.
Find out more information at www.saleairshow.com.au.