The airfield is approximately one kilometre north of Mount Beauty. It is immediately north of the hydropower station regulating pondage and approximately one kilometre east of the Kiewa Valley Highway.
Single Runway, surface sealed to 10m width. Useable length is approximately 905m.
There is a general aviation all weather parking area with cable tie downs on the western side of the airstrip and on the northern side of the terminal building and facilities.
Sailplane gliders (winch and air-tow launching)
Radio controlled models
All users should use an air band radio to monitor aircraft movements on 126.00.
All radio equipped aircraft must communicate with other aircraft on 126.00.
GA visitors must be vigilant for non-radio equipped aircraft.
Grass surrounds of the strip may become soft after heavy rain.
The Gliding winch is in the paddock approx. 800m NW on the extended centerline of runway 32
Runway threshold 32 is permanently displaced 220m
Right hand circuits when operating off runway 32
Take off using runway 14 not recommended for powered aircraft due to steep terrain, rwy upslope, possible severe turbulence and down drafts near hills
Animal hazards (kangaroos, birds and stock) exist
Power lines and sensitive area 1km SW of strip
The Mount Beauty Airport Management Association welcomes aviators to use the facility and enjoy the surrounding panoramic scenery and the hospitality of the town. In return, we ask that pilots avoid flying over the town except when approaching to land if conditions require the use of runway 32.
Where operationally possible we encourage powered aircraft to use runway 14 for landings and 32 for takeoffs.
The airport is managed and maintained by the Airport Management Association using fees collected from airport users and leasees. To assist the Management Association to maintain this facility we ask that pilots pay a landing fee of $10 per visit. A collection box for the fees is located at the front of the terminal building.