From July 1, 2012, the Gladstone Airport became a corporatised entity. To find out more click here.
|Short Term Car Park||Fee (incl GST)|
|First half hour||Free|
|Half hour - 1 hour||$2.00|
|1 hour - 2 hours||$5.00|
|2 hours - 5 hours||$10.00|
|5 hours - 10 hours||$20.00|
|10 hours - 24 hours||$30.00|
|Each additional 24 hours||$30.00|
|Lost ticket - short and long term parking|
|Long Term Car Park|
|0 - 24 hours||$12.00|
|Each additional day||$15.00|
Note: The fee for all lost tickets is $100.
Gladstone is a rapidly growing industrial city on the Central Queensland coast. The airport caters primarily for business and leisure travellers and freight activities associated with the region's developed and emerging industrial complexes. Regular public transport (RPT) services are currently provided by QantasLink utilising primarily Dash 8 Series Q400 aircraft. QantasLink provide approx. 50 flights per week between Gladstone and Brisbane, as well as a daily service along the coast connecting to Rockhampton, Mackay, Townsville and Cairns.
Airport Services Administration Office (flight information is not available from the Administration Office)
Aerodrome Road, Gladstone
PO Box 7200, Kin Kora MC, Gladstone Qld 4680
Budget – Phone 07 4972 8488 ,
Europcar - Phone 074978 7787,
Hertz – Phone 07 4978 6899 and
Thrifty – Phone 07 4972 5999
Gladstone Catering (Bistro) – Phone 07 4978 3241
Qantas Freight – Phone 07 4978 3558
- Gladstone Airport Corporation Annual Report 2013 (1.3MB) (Download)
Corporatisation of Gladstone Airport
Gladstone Regional Council corporatised the upgraded Gladstone Airport on July 1, 2012.
Council has not privatised the airport but has provided a platform for the airport business to have its own corporate structure, wholly owned by Council on behalf of ratepayers and residents of the Gladstone Region.
As a corporate entity, the airport business has structures in place to focus on managing exponential forecast growth in passenger numbers in the coming years and, in doing so, cover the recent capital costs associated with the expansion of the terminal facilities and extension and upgrade of the runway.
Former Queensland Treasurer, the Hon. Dr David Hamill AM was appointed as Chairperson of the Gladstone Airport Corporation on May 15, 2012.
Joining him on the board are five non-executive directors:
- Owen Williams (Deputy Chair)
- Elizabeth Baker
- Brad Bowes
- John George
- Tony Goodwin
To view their profiles click here