3-4 July 2021
CELEBRATE THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE (RAAF)
Display your historical clothing and equipment and receive discounted tickets to the Airshow!
Locals and visitors from around Australia are expected to attend this aviation extravaganza! Whilst a great venue to fly and display warbird and vintage aircraft, most aviation enthusiasts are also interested in the history.
Most of the aircraft attending the Brisbane Airshow are of WWI or WWII vintage. Re-enactor groups are encouraged to come for the weekend, setup camp and enjoy the celebration.
With camping on-site, evening food and band activities on the Saturday night, a great time should be enjoyed by all!
So … if you’re interested in helping out, are keen on warbirds and displaying your equipment and or vehicle, then check out the FAQs and follow ‘the process’ detailed below. We’re looking forward to seeing you at the 2021 Brisbane Airshow!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
For the final word on any questions, refer to the Australian Airdisplays Pty Ltd Contractor Terms and Conditions here.
What will it cost and can I bring a vehicle?
If your application is accepted and you come ‘dressed’ for the occasion, you’ll receive a free ticket!
Do I need to attend on both days?
No, but preference will be given to Re-Enactors and Vehicles who will display on both days.
When do I need to be at the Airshow?
All our Airshow participants are required to ‘bump-in’ on Friday the 2nd of July 2021. However, Re-Enactors may, by prior arrangement, ‘bump-in’ on the Saturday morning. In these circumstances, gates will open at 05:00am. Re-Enactors and their cars must be through the gates by 7:30am. You will need to have set-up your vehicle and or campsite by 09:30am.
Please note that all displays must be operational by 09:30am. If you have a large display or are situated in such a manner that your display may affect others ‘bumping-in’ or present OH&S issues, we may require you to ‘bump-in’ earlier. Departure and dismantling may only be done after the cease of trade at 4pm. Vehicles may only leave after the main flow of traffic, ie generally after 5pm each day, and must be removed before 10am on the 5th of July 2021.
Can I camp overnight?
Yes, absolutely! If your accepted as a re-enactor Camping is free within the re-enactors area. If you wish to camp elsewhere or at the Tent Motel, fees will apply. Please take a moment to review our Camping Terms & Conditions here.
When do applications close and when will I be notified?
Applications are processed on a ‘first in best dressed’ basis. Dates for application closure, notification and acceptance are published on our ‘Contractors’ page which is available to applicants on completion of the application process.
The Process ….
- Please register below. Once registered, you will be directed to our Re-Enactor’s Application Form. Please ensure you complete all questions on the application form and then ‘Submit’.
- Please be patient, as we will touch base with you approximately 6 weeks before the Airshow.
- Applications will be processed on a ‘first in, best dressed’ basis.
- You can view our Australian Airdisplays Pty Ltd (AA) Contractor Terms and Conditions here.
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