ALBION PARK AIRFIELD
ALBION PARK, NSW
DURING WW2

 

Albion Park airfield was built in 1941, about 18 kilometres south east of Wollongong, as an RAAF Operational Base. Cordeaux Airfield was constructed in late 1942 near Cordeaux Dam as an RAAF landing ground (maintenance) for its parent RAAF Airfield at Albion Park.

Albion Park airfield consisted of two runways 4500ft x 150ft and 6000ft x 150ft.

The airfield currently operates as the Regional Airport for Wollongong and Shellharbour and houses the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society Museum.

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I'd like to thank Cameron Alexander for his assistance with this web page.

 

Can anyone help me with more information?

 

"Australia @ War" Research Products

I need your help

Copyright

 Peter Dunn 2015

Disclaimer

Please e-mail me
any information or photographs


"Australia @ War"
8GB USB Memory Stick

This page first produced 2007

This page last updated 06 September 2018