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Flight Training

Welcome to Holbrook Ultralight Club

Flying an ultralight aircraft is a freedom like no other and simply has to be experienced to be believed

If you've ever dreamed of learning to fly and experiencing first hand one of life's most challenging and exciting adventures, if you've ever had a desire to own or build your own aircraft, then this is your opportunity to give it a try. Come and fly with one of Australia's oldest and most respected ultralight aircraft clubs, Holbrook Ultralight Club, or HULC as it is commonly known.

Whether you're new to the sport or have thousands of hours of aviation experience, whether you have your own ultralight or GA aircraft or are looking for an aircraft to hire, if you are thinking of buying or building your own ultralight aircraft, Holbrook Ultralight Club welcomes you and encourages you to take the time to have a look through our website.

Holbrook Ultralight Club, and its members, have been at the forefront of ultralight aviation since its inception in the early 1980s and has been involved in every facet of the sport. HULC members have a wealth of experience and are only too willing to help you get the most out of the sport of ultralight recreational aviation.

Holbrook Ultralight Club also welcomes other clubs and their members who may wish to consider Holbrook as a fly-in destination or members who may wish to simply drop in when passing through. HULC has comfortable accommodation available on the airfield that is available for student and visiting pilots.

HULC also organises regular fly-aways for its members and is always interested in new and interesting adventures, so let us know if your club is interested in hosting a visit or is holding a fly-in.

Holbrook is also the home of the Australian Ultralight Aircraft Museum aircraft collection. The Museum collection includes examples of historically significant ultralight aircraft from the late 60s to the early 80s and the contribution that these aircraft made in charting the course that led to the aircraft and flying freedoms, that ultralight aircraft owners and pilots enjoy today, cannot be overstated.

To ensure that this important and interesting history is not lost for ever, the members of Holbrook Ultralight Club took up the challenge and established the Australian Ultralight Aircraft Museum (AUAM). To ensure its longevity, AUAM has been set up as a non-profit stand-alone organisation with a constitution that reflects its museum status. Planning for a purpose built 1007 square metre Museum building has been completed and 2013 should see the commencement of construction. We encourage all RA-Aus members to support the AUAM.

Within this site you will find information about HULC, its members, facilities, activities and the range of flight training opportunities. You'll also find a lot of information about ultralight aircraft and the options that are available. There is also information about Holbrook Airfield and the surrounding region.

Need even more information or maybe arrange a trial instructional flight? Just navigate to our contacts page and you'll find all our contact information.

We hope you enjoy our site.