HOXTON PARK AIRFIELD
NEW SOUTH WALES
DURING WW2

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Latitude:- S 33 54.5; Longitude:- E 150 51.1

Hoxton Park airfield was an emergency and training field used by the RAAF during World War Two. It is located 20 kms west of Bankstown airfield and about 35kms west of Sydney neat Liverpool. It was used as a dispersal airfield. Today's airfield at Hoxton Park is considerably shorter than its WW2 equivalent and is used as a training airfield for small civilian aircraft..

There are apparently still some signs of some old aircraft bunkers in the area. Can someone advise me of the nature of these remnants of the war.

 

Can anyone help me with more information
or photographs of Hoxton Park Airfield?

 

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