We offer a range of services for towing in the flats
Australia, Conargo flatlands tour
Based at Conargo in the Riverina flatlands of southern New South Wales. To our south the river Murray and Alpine Victoria with Bright and Corryong. To our north, east and west hundreds of km of open plain. Hot and dry with strong thermals, good wind and high cloud base.
Come on downunder and play, it’s full on
Flatland tow endorsement with thermalling
An authentic flatland tow clinic based at Conargo
The HGFA tow endorsement with the opportunity of some practical thermalling and XC
Flatland XC safari
You already know how to tow
Now we start putting some height and distance together to reap the rewards of the flatlands
Flatland, daily XC
When we are operating from the flatlands we offer a daily tow and retrieve service
This helps pilots to cherry pick their days but our capacity is often limited and you cannot depend upon a place with us unless you book in
Australia, Alice Springs
Based at Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. Surrounded by the the MacDonnell ranges, the Simpson Desert to our east and Uluru to the west.
A winter adventure discovering XC in the outback.
Australia, record breaking XC
Based at Conargo in the Riverina flatlands of southern New South Wales.
You know the potential here for long XC
You understand the importance of the robust equipment, the right weather and the extensive retrieve when you get it right
Come on downunder and set some records, it’s full on
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what can we work on?
The ability to launch in a variety of conditions, getting into the air when required.
The conscious decision to be more or less conservative based on observation and situations.
The ability to locate, track and climb well in thermals both alone and in a large gaggle
Confidence in your ability to make and execute decisions and in doing so perform well.
Brian, Barb, Phil and Chris,Thanks very much for the course this weekend. Your advice, support and skill has lead to what I hope is a big step in my progression and something that with hindsight, I had underestimated the importance of.I’ve been reviewing my footage, and on the last tow I managed 10 stalls and two spins at the top of the box.I went from sloppy, physically demanding, all over the shop, stalls, to clean entries and exits that involved little or no ‘sorting out’ (aka; twisted reverse spirals).Probably most importantly, I’ve developed a new level of respect for my wing and harness, that I think will make me safer into the future.Forecast tomorrow looks excellent!
An XC alpine and flatland event that embraces beginner, intermediate and advanced pilots
Flatlands tow endorsement and thermalling clinic
The authentic flatties tow experience