We are working hard to make the Barossa Airshow as inclusive as we possibly can.

The Airfield.
The Airfield is the busiest in the state on the day of the Airshow, but for the two years between Airshows, it is a wheat paddock. This means that permanent facilities are not possible.

Public Areas
The public areas will be mown but the surface will be uneven in places. There will be portable toilets, including 5 Accessible toilets, all of which will be unisex.
All vendors’ stalls and sales areas will be supplied by the vendors. While most will be folding tables, some may not have a low-level service area. A quiet space and a changing area are not available and there will be limited cold, running water.

Dogs and pets.
Assistance dogs will be welcome and we will have a designated Assistance Dog Toilet Area, It is the responsibility of the dog’s owner to pick up after the dog. Please ensure your assistance dog can cope with the conditions at the Airshow.
The Airshow is not a suitable place for dogs. Continual noise, sudden very loud noise, helicopters taking off and landing frequently and the sudden appearance of low-flying aircraft are stressful for dogs. Please leave pet dogs at home. 

Click this link for our formal  Barossa Airshow Accessibility Statement