Calvert Aero Modelling Field – Directions

How to Find Your Way to the Calvert Observing Site

The location is recognised by two names searchable within Google Maps:

  • Calvert Aero Modelling Society
  • Gratton Field

If driving from Brisbane, head for Rosewood. Then take the Rosewood Laidley Rd west for 7.6km. Just after the first right-hand curve in the road look for two small bus stop shelters. Immediately after turn left into Calvert Station Road, cross the rail line and creek and immediately turn left into Bourke Rd, West. Proceed 260m to a gate entrance on the right with two white flag poles. Drive down the lane at no more than 20kph and you have arrived.

Google Maps link to Calvert location: HERE  Search Google maps with either of these terms: “Calvert Aero Modelling Society” or “Gratton Field”

Waht3Words link to Calvert location: HERE or here: https://w3w.co/logos.recycle.helpful

Calvert entrance gate with two white flag poles.

BAS Monthly Meeting Venue 2020/21

Provided COVID-19 restrictions and incidents do not cause the cancellation of our physical monthly meetings, all meeting from October 2020 through until November 2021 will be held at:

The Coorparoo School of Arts Memorial Hall

210 Cavendish Rd, Coorparoo QLD 4151

Meetings start at 7:30pm and run to around 9:30pm

Google Maps location: here

What3Words location: here

Any changes to monthly meeting status will be announced on the BAS Facebook page and via email direct to BAS members.

BAS Management Committee for 2020/21

BAS held its first on-line Annual General Meeting on Friday, September 4th, 2020.  We are pleased to announce an expanded Committee for the coming year, comprising:

  • President – Peter Allison
    Secretary – Ken Wishaw
    Treasurer – Subbarao Sivakumar
    General Committee – Doug Edwards
    General Committee – Bill McConnell
    General Committee – Luke Michaux
    General Committee – Denis Narramore
    General Committee – Greg Newman
    General Committee – John Pitts
    General Committee – Mike Zupanc

We look forward to progressing BAS over the coming year, serving our members and advancing the interests of amateur astronomy.

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