About The Central Coast Sky Surfers
The Central Coast Sky Surfers flying club has been formed to:
- Promote safety and a professional approach to flying.
- Coach new pilots and continually develop the skills of pilots
- Provide a structured interface with relevant authorities to secure flying sites
- Promote the sport with the public
- But most of all, to have fun.
We meet at the Gosford Sailing Club, at 7:30pm on the first Tuesday of every month (some winter months excluded – please contact us if in doubt).
If you are from out of town and would like to fly the Central Coast, you will need to become a member of the CCSS Club as a “visiting pilot”. Of course you must already have current membership with the HGFA as an Australian or visiting overseas pilot. Please visit the ‘How to Join Our Club‘ page to fill out or download the form.
Contact information for our Safety Officers can be found here.
Visitor membership is free of charge and means we can ensure you get a good site briefing before you fly. We also need to keep a log of all pilots flying our sites so we can prove to the relevant authorities just how popular our sport is and hence keep our flying sites open!
Interested in seeing if flying is for you? You are welcome to contact us and even attend our club meetings as a visitor where we’ll be very happy to talk about how to get into flying. A tandem flight for Micro lighting, Hang gliding or Paragliding is also a great way to find out if flying is for you.
Tandem flights are now available at Crackneck Lookout. Click here for information.