Tyagarah Aircraft Landing Area is not a certified or registered Airfield in accordance with the Civil Aviation Safety Regulation Part 139.
Parachuting operations, including parachute landings, are conducted at the Tyagarah Airfield. There is also considerable ultralight aircraft activity.
Manned balloon activities, including launching and landing, occur on private land adjacent to the Tyagarah Airfield. Balloon landings are not permitted at Tyagarah Airfield.
There is no designated helicopter landing area at Tyagarah Airfield, and commercial helicopter operations are not permitted.
Aircraft with a maximum take off weight (MTOW) in excess of 5,700kg, or having a main landing gear tyre pressure in excess of 450 kilopascals (65 psi), or any jet powered aircraft are not permitted to land at Tyagarah Airfield.
Tyagarah Airfield has no night landing facilities and there are no public refuelling facilities.
If the runway is closed for any reason, a white cross will be displayed beside the main windsock. Display of this cross indicates that no aircraft (including ultralights) may land at that time.
Under Civil Aviation Regulation 92(1) (d), it is an offence for a person to land or lake off from a place which is not “suitable for use as an aerodrome for the purposes of landing and taking off of aircraft; having regard to all the circumstances of the proposed land or take off (including prevailing weather conditions), the aircraft can land at or take off from the place of safety. A pilot in command of an aircraft must establish where he/she intends landing or taking off can be done, in the aircraft which he/she is operating, in safety and in accordance with all the applicable data and regulations.