MACS Auction is on again in 2016 - 8th  October See below
 

 

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    ABOUT US

We had our beginnings back in 1975 when several local aeromodellers, still current members, felt the need for a club in the Sunbury-Gisborne area. These people were all members of suburban clubs and aware or the growing number of aeromodellers in our area. They called a meeting and began the model aircraft club of Sunbury.

Our numbers grew steadily, requiring organised meetings and particularly a flying field. In the early years it was our greatest problem, until the present field owner came to our rescue.

During our time we have excelled in many areas at club, State, and National competitions.  The club is held in high regard at home and other club venues. Some of our members have served on State and National committees, with distinction.

 

Club meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm at the Sunbury Secondary college, Racecourse rd., Sunbury.

 


 

MACS ANNUAL CLUB AUCTION

Annual Auction

MACS AUCTION

 8th OCTOBER 2016.

We plan to do it all again on Come along and make it our biggest auction yet!

 Who knows, there might be something worth buying!

 Time for a change – sell the old, buy another pre-loved treasure.


The auction is scheduled to start around 12:30 pm, We will be registering goods for sale from 10:30 am.

$2 ENTRY FEE. -- DOOR PRIZES – RAFFLE


Hot dogs and refreshments will be available from 10:30 am.

Let all your modelling buddy’s know it’s on again

 

 


 

 

 

 

Corner of Feehans Rd. and Wildwood Rd. Sunbury

 

MACS FIELD GPS COORDINATES

37.33 106 S

144.47.931 E

Altitude 249m about 825feet

 


RECENT PICS

 

 

2015

 

Hollowback1

Hollowback2

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Clubs  & Associations


MAAA home page- Model Aircraft Association of Australia


VMAA - Victorian Model Aircraft Association


Australian Electric Flight Association - Very Active Melbourne based electric flight special interest group


Tingalpa Model Aircraft club - A great club in Queensland

 

BRCAC - Bendigo Model Aircraft Club

 

Links

Spadtothebone

Alan Tongs fantastic web link page  Hours of browsing!!!!!!!!!!!!

Silentflight - Glider Site

 


Membership & training

MODEL AIRCRAFT CLUB OF SUNBURY

 

WILDWOOD ROAD, WILDWOOD

1.4 kms past Wildwood CFA heading north (Melway 363 K8)

MELWAY MAP REFERENCE  page 363 K8

FLYING TIMES—EVERY DAY 10AM TO 5-30PM- WEATHER PERMITTING

 

INTERESTED IN FLYING MODEL AIRCRAFT?

 

§                    DON’T BE DISAPPOINTED BY DAMAGING YOUR MODEL ON ITS MAIDEN FLIGHT.

§                    ENJOY FLYING YOUR MODEL WITH A FRIENDLY GROUP OF AEROMODELLERS

§                    ALL VISITORS WELCOME

§                    CLUB MEETINGS EVERY FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH, STARTING  7-30pm AT SUNBURY HIGH SCHOOL

§                    ASK ABOUT OUR FREE FLYING INSTRUCTION AND MODEL SAFETY CHECKS

§                    ALL FLYING INSTRUCTION PERFORMED BY MAAA APPROVED INSTRUCTORS.


 

                                                                    

 

Membership Inquiries

If there are any questions that you may have, concerning joining the club or learning to fly model RC  contact us
 
PDF version of 2014 2015 membership application form here.

 


To print the form you must use the Acrobat Print Button

 
 

We have experienced Mode 1 and Mode 2 instructors available for training.

Sessions can be organised most weekends (weather permitting). contact us

 


 

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