It was our great pleasure to host the cast and crew of Dora the Explorer movie recently at the Gold Coast Sports Flying Club (GCSFC) for 3 full-on days of filming. This is not the first movie filmed at our airfield with other notable productions being San Andres featuring the ‘Rock’ a couple of years ago. Club members who personally
Gold Coast Sports Flying Club invites you to our open day on Saturday May 12 – 9am to 2pm at Heck Field. Free Entry Hot Food & Cold Drinks Joy Rides You’re invited to our friendly flying club to see what we are all about. On display will be everything from biplanes to seaplanes, old aircraft and new aircraft. Have
It’s with sadness we pass on details of funeral services for two of our most loved members. The family of Ray Morgan have passed supplied details of his funeral. Members are welcome to join the celebration of Ray’s life at his service. Charles Raymond Morgan Born in Australia on 4 September 1933 Passed away on 29 March 2018 Aged 84
Light plane makes emergency landing in sand on busy Surfers Paradise beach December 23, 2017 9:55am A PILOT escaped uninjured after he was forced to land his ultralight aircraft on a beach at Surfers Paradise when its engine failed. Emergency crews were called to Old Burleigh Road about 9.30am after reports a plane had landed on the beach. The pilot,
The club opened the airfield to anyone with an interest in photography and made our aircraft available as subjects, a great day all round!
Resuscitation Course On Saturday, 6 November, 2010 the club hosted a very successful and well attended resuscitation course for all club members organized by Ray Morgan. The course was well attended with approximately 40 members taking advantage of the course run by the St John’s Ambulance Service with the cost of the course being paid for by the club. I