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Bacchus Marsh Aerodrome is a former military and government Aerodrome that has two sealed cross strips, each in excess of 5,000 feet in length, with wide grass verges on either side. The gliding clubs conduct a combined operation launching from the grass verges while the local power school operates simultaneously from the sealed runways.  The resident gliding clubs own a number of hangars on the aerodrome, housing approximately 50 aircraft.  They also share a clubhouse, which provides a bar, accommodation and meals.

The Beaufort Gliding Club's fleet comprises two dual-seat training gliders and two high performance fibreglass single-seat gliders.  In addition to the club fleet there are a number of privately owned gliders of varying performance owned by members of the club.  A high performance two-seat glider is leased to the club for advanced training.

 

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