A word from our CEO, Justin Giddings
December has come around so quickly - we say that every year - but this year has been a whirlwind...
The chance to become a part of a new 40 hectare Industrial Precinct on a secure greenfield site with immediate access to air travel and freight doesn’t come along too often. But that’s exactly what is on offer at Avalon Airport.
Avalon Airport is pleased to announce that SkyBus has agreed to temporarily take over the Geelong, Surf Coast and Bellarine bus service vacated by the Murrell Group on Friday. Services will resume Monday morning, operating for a 6-month period whilst arrangements for a permanent service are finalised.
We’re extremely proud to be sponsoring this year’s Surf Coast Trek, to raise money for the Kids Plus and Give Where You Live Foundations. The 40km trek goes from Aireys Inlet to Torquay - so walkers will get to enjoy a beautiful part of the world on Saturday 29 April. Not content with sponsoring, we are also walking - make sure you check out our sponsorship page and get behind us!
And now to introduce our extraordinary team of trekkers...
Cotton On has been announced as the anchor tenant for Avalon Airport’s brand new 40 hectare Industrial Precinct.
These days travellers have too little time to waste in traffic, queues or searching for parking spots or power points. The simpler, the better. There are many reasons why people living in Wyndham will find flying easier via Avalon Airport. Here’s just five of them…
In November last year a famous landmark on the Princes Fwy towards Geelong upped and disappeared. People were concerned, emails were written, phones were called and questions were tweeted. Where had the big blue jumbo gone?
The consternation was understandable. That old Boeing 747-338 had a history as bright and exciting as its one-time Nalanji Dreaming livery, and many people had, over its many years of flight formed nostalgic relationships with it.