The aerodrome has two active runways:
- The 18-36 Runway is 1380m with a sealed width of 18m and was reconstructed in 1992 to withstand a turbo prop SAAB 340. Each end of the main runway is fitted with a PAPI system.
- The 09-27 Runway is gravel pavement with a length of 423m and width of 30m.
Taxiway and apron
Taxiways have a sealed width of 10m. A sealed apron and tie down areas are provided in front of the northern hangars.
The fuel supplier at the aerodrome is Gawne Aviation. Telephone (03) 5823 1481 during business hours.
Navigational aids at the aerodrome include a Non Directional Beacon (NDB), Automatic Weather Information Broadcast, Unicom Service Operations and Aerodrome Frequency Response Unit (AFRU) and PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator) System.
For current obstacle information, please refer to ERSA.
Pavement concession permits
For pilots wanting to land with planes heavier than 5700 kg, please contact the Aerodrome Manager to arrange a possible pavement concession permit.
The aerodrome is available for special event bookings. Please contact the Aerodrome Manager in writing to arrange bookings.
Greater Shepparton City Council appoints an advisory committee to advise Council on operational and management matters.
Committee membership comprises:
- GV Aero Club representative - Karen Gurney
- Commercial aero operators representatives - Susan Carroll (Chairperson), Allan Cole and Christopher Gregory
- Community representatives appointed by Council - Ken Muston, Barrie Halliday, Tom Garrett and Michael Muller
- Council’s representative - Cr Shelley Sutton
Conditions of use
The document available for download below outlines the conditions under which you use the infrastructure, facilities and services provided at the Shepparton Aerodrome by Council. If You use any of these services you accept these conditions.
Effective 1 July 2019
Fees and charges
Fees and charges can be found on the Fees and Charges page.
Charters and flying training
For information regarding charter flights please contact Air Charter Today on 0413 138 906.
- Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)
CASA's primary function is to conduct the safety regulation of civil air operations in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft overseas.
- Air Services Australia
Air Services Australia is a government-owned corporation providing safe and environmentally sound air traffic control management and related airside services to the aviation industry.
- Australian Airports Association
The Charter of the Australian Airports Association is to facilitate cooperation among all member airports and their many and varied partners in Australian aviation, whilst maintaining an air transport system that is safe, secure, environmentally responsible and efficient for the benefit of all Australians.