Wānaka International Airshow

Central Otago, Wanaka
Easter 2024. Gates open 7.30am

Four days of high-octane aviation excitement at Warbirds Over Wānaka International Airshow over Easter weekend 2024 at Wānaka Airport, New Zealand. Tickets available via Ticketek from mid 2023.

Lake Wānaka becomes centre-stage for an extravaganza of aerial action that will delight aviation buffs, families and those wanting a superb day’s entertainment. The Airshow is now a biennial centrepiece of Central Otago’s tourist attractions.



For more info visit:

Wānaka International Airshow


Wānaka Airport
16 Lloyd Dunn Place RD2,
State Highway 6
Wanaka 9382


0800 496 920 or +64 3 443 8619




This is an accessible event. Wheelchairs and Scooters and potentially other mobility equipment are available for hire through More Mobility Ltd. They will be taking bookings in advance and may also have limited equipment available at the event.

Transport & Parking

If you require disabled parking facilities, a shuttle from the car park into the show and/or disabled seating at the show will be available. Book on line.

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