COME BY AIR, ROAD OR RAIL

SCONE IS EASILY ACCESSIBLE BY AIR, ROAD OR RAIL.

Scone is 3 hours to Sydney International Airport and 2 hours to the international port and domestic airport of Newcastle. Tamworth Regional Airport is 2 hours North.

Daily commuter trains provide access to Sydney, Newcastle and Tamworth; with heavy trains carrying coal, grain and other goods to and from the region.

Scone’s location on the New England Highway provides easy access for trucks moving between Brisbane and Newcastle or Sydney and major livestock carriers.

Image left: Scone Railway Station

SCONE REGIONAL AIRPORT

The Scone Regional Airport is the base for 7 businesses, including flight schools, aircraft maintenance, charter services, aerial agricultural spraying and an aerial RFS fleet. These businesses employ in excess of 60 people and up to 120 during fire season.

Air Charters, private jets and the rural fire service use the runway on a daily basis with over 6,500 movements each year and the airport has commercial blocks available for development for potential businesses or private hangars.

Charter flights operate in and out of Scone Regional Airport. Image courtesy of Tanya D’Herville & Airspeed Aviation.

Recently part of the award winning team at the Australian Airports Association national annual awards, it also received an award in Operational Excellence and Innovation and second place for best small regional airport.

Image: Charter flights operate in and out of Scone Regional Airport. Image courtesy of Tanya D’Herville & Airspeed Aviation.