WELCOME TO YPOK
Porepunkah airfield is located two nautical miles south of the Porepunkah township in the stunning Buckland Valley, east of Mt. Buffalo National Park. The airfield is a mecca for recreational aviation enthusiasts and is home to general and recreational aircraft, trikes, sailplanes, paramotors and radio controlled models.
Runway Length Change.
Runway at full length again.
After a couple of months of wet weather we are happy to announce the runway is back to full length again. The gable markers have been moved back to their "dry weather" locations at the Northern end of the strip. If you have any concerns please check with our ARO.
Please note that any aircraft using YPOK including Arriving, Departing or entering the circuit area are required to broadcast their intentions and positions on VHF
Paragliders using this airfield
All pilots using YPOK should maintain a high level of vigilance and lookout for paragliders at all times.
PILOTS ARRIVING BY AIR
Prior to arriving we request visiting pilots review Important Information and Register to Land at YPOK.
Porepunkah airfield is located in a noise sensitive area. Pilots are asked to observe the fly neighbourly policy and other unique procedures for the airfield which can be found on this website.
PILOTS ARRIVING BY ROAD
Prior to using runway we request visiting pilots review Important Information and Register to Land at YPOK.
Pilots arriving by road and using the airfield must obey all airfield signage, use a VHF radio and monitor CTAF 126.0 MHZ. Visiting pilot vehicles must remain clear of runway at all times and park in the public car park.
Visitors are welcome at the airfield however visitors must remain behind the runway safety fence. If you are meeting an incoming aircraft please wait in the the public car parks.
Dogs, ball games or camping are not allowed at the airfield. It is a condition of entering and using the airfield that you do so at your own risk and agree to abide by the PAA Policies & Procedures which can be found HERE
Take a glimpse at what it's like to fly around Bright and the Victorian Alps