From Monday 16 July, residents of Cessnock City will be invited to collect their Resident’s Buy Local Guide. This special magazine is part of a new ‘Buy Local’ campaign developed by Cessnock City Council under the Advance Cessnock City partnership, in order to encourage residents to support more local businesses.Read More
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, terminal buildings, refuelling facilities and hangars. It is the base for three flying schools and several aircraft maintenance operations. Joy flights, hot air ballooning, helicopters and business/tourist charters also utilise the airport.
Enquiries can be directed to Council's Airport Operations Coordinator during business hours Monday to Friday on 4993 4228