Welcome to Gliding at the Boonah Gliding Club. We are a non-profit gliding club which aims to share our love of the Sport and gliding as a past-time to all members.
Regardless of if you want to fly cross-country, compete in races or simply fly for the pure pleasure of flight Boonah is the place to learn to fly.
Airfield Maintenance19 August, 2019 BY Mark Bahr
Monday's are usually quiet days for the airfield so its a great day for doing some work on maintaining the strip. Some of you may have noticed water trucks wetting down the field surface prior to top dressing over the weekend. The field will be closed Monday the 19th of August and Tuesday the 20th of August for resurfacing and ...
BGC Warwick Spring XCountry Camp25 July, 2019 BY John
Building on the great success of our last camp in April, the second BGC Warwick Xcountry camp will be from 28 Sep to 04 Oct 2019.If you are keen to rapidly advance your gliding and Xcountry knowledge and skills this is another fantastic opportunity. There will be morning and afternoon briefs from various experienced speakers. They be able to help ...
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Winter’s Day Cross Country Gliding Fun7 August, 2019
Taken from Mike Sabin's YouTube channel: A great winter day, video is a bit long , but hey I just love how far you go with out turning in this glider. Still getting used to flying it and slowly learning how to best fly it.
Wave over Boonah – Flight Report, Sat 11 May15 May, 2019
As usual I was checking the BOM aviation weather forecast for the day and was interested to see written in the Graphical Area Forecast, ‘MTW below 7000’ (Mountain Wave). I then had a look at Skysight and sure enough wave was predicted over Boonah. Hmm, OK I thought, then checked RASP and you beauty, all three forecasts predicted wave over ...
Warwick Training Week Report2 May, 2019
Our Boonah/Warwick Gliding Week was a great success. All participants reported having fun but also learnt invaluable skills and made giants leaps forward with their gliding. UIY and BGE were aerotowed over to Warwick which was great fun but also valuable experience for the pilots.