The Airshow is the only one in the world to be run by a school and St Jakobi Principal, Ms Kathryn Kreig says, “We are very proud to host the Barossa Airshow. It is an Airshow that is quite different in that we aim to cater for the whole family and we ensure that it is an affordable day out.”
The Barossa Airshow first took to the skies in 1998 and has become a nationally recognised event.
Held on a 600 metre runway at Koch Road, Rowland Flat there will be non-stop aerial entertainment, stalls, affordable food and drink, static displays, amusements for the kids and something for the whole family. Parking is free and entry is just $25 for Adults, $7 for Children or $50 for a family.
Gates open at 9am and the airshow display starts at 10am with a plethora of aircraft action in the sky.