• Draft Climate Change Policy to go on public exhibition
    In an effort to address the changing climate affecting the Cessnock Local Government Area, Council has developed a draft Climate Change Policy. The community are encouraged to provide feedback on the Policy during the public exhibition period. The draft Climate Change Policy will be on public exhibition from the 26 February until the 25 March 2020. 
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Cessnock Aerodrome

Cessnock Aerodrome is located in the vineyards area on Wine Country Drive at Pokolbin, approximately seven kilometres north of Cessnock.

Cessnock Aerodrome is a registered airport comprising a 1,097m runway and parallel taxiway, aprons and terminal buildings. Hangar, grass and hardstand parking is available along with JETA1 and AVGAS refuelling and maintenance facilities. Cessnock Aerodrome is the home of four flying schools and they offer training experience flights in both helicopters and aeroplanes. Also on offer at the airport are scenic joy flights over the vineyards in helicopters, vintage, aerobatic and jet aircraft. Passenger charter services are also catered for. The airport is also home to the Wirraway Aircraft Museum where you can see the only known operational Wirraway aeroplane in the world along with several other warbird aircraft such as a Hawker Hurricane and Grumman Avenger.

Enquiries can be directed to Council's Airport Operations Coordinator during business hours Monday to Friday on 4993 4228

For complaints about helicopters in relation to EPA licensing for Cessnock Airport please contact customer service during business hours on 4993 4100

Aerodrome Operational Policy and User Guidelines
Cessnock Airport Strategic Plan
Cessnock Airport Pollution Incident Response Management Plan