132 Lobwein Rd, Kybong QLD 4570, Australia


0429 627 210


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Gympie Gliding Club

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Gympie Gliding Club

Gympie Gliding Club offers flying training and air experience flights. Based at Gympie aerodrome Kybong Queensland

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Kevin Roden
Friendly club
Very friendly club. Great place to get your first gliding experience over the beautiful Mary River and Sunshine Coast.
Kevin Roden
Friendly social club
Max Kull
Great people and a nice place to fly! I can only recommend it.

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