Yes they are, so get in quick.
You will be able to book additional nights before and/or after the airshow. We will accept bookings from Wednesday the 1st July 2020 through to Monday the 6th July 2020. The online store within this website will offer camping once an adult, VIP or family ticket has been selected.
No, once you have selected your site area, you cannot change it.
As space is limited, only one vehicle will be permitted per site.
The camp sites are $38 per night per site. Max 6 people per site.
Watts Bridge Memorial Airfield own the airfield and operate the campground for The Brisbane Airshow. The people you will meet, who are checking you in and placing you on a site, are all volunteers, so please be patient and respectful.
You are purchasing a site within a camping area – not a specific site number. Sites will be filled as guests arrive, so if you wish to be beside your friends you must all check in at the same time.
Yes. You can purchase as many sites as you would like.
The camp sites at Watts Bridge Memorial Airfield vary in size. The average site size is 7m x 10m. Smaller sites may be utilised during busy periods.
No, all campers are required to bring water for drinking and cleaning. Showers and toilets are available to all campers.
The Brisbane Airshow recognises that a camp fire is all part of what makes camping. We can only accept fires in approved braziers on a metal protection plate or other approved metal fire containment pits or structures. Campers must obey all fire bands and restrictions. The Brisbane Airshow reserves the right to ask campers to put out contained fires in approved pits or braziers with out notice.
No, all sites at Watts Bridge Memorial Airfield are unpowered.
Yes, The Brisbane Airshow has hired hot and cold showers and toilets for campers to utilise.
The Brisbane Airshow, set in the stunning Somerset region 60 minutes from Brisbane, will create memories that last a lifetime.
Watts Bridge Memorial Airfield,
801 Cressbrook-Caboombah Road