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Victor 1 South extends east of the coast between Jibbon Point and Sydney Harbour’s South Head. Entering the route at Jibbon Point, broadcast your position and intentions on 120.8. Turn your landing lights and strobes on.
You are required to maintain an altitude of exactly 500ft (on Sydney local QNH) when operating in this airspace.
The CTA lower limit south of Jibbon Point and east of the coast is 1000ft. North of Jibbon Point the base of the control area is 500ft.
You must not coastal fly between the lighthouse on Cape Solander and the easternmost point of Cape Banks (the North and South Heads of Botany Bay). The term ‘coastal flying’ refers to the practice of flying close to the beach and following the contours of the coastline.
There are specific tracking requirements in Victor 1 South to contain your aircraft in class G airspace and clear of the Sydney control zone.
Be aware of the possibility of wake turbulence from jet aircraft overflying Victor 1 South, arriving and departing Sydney Airport. You are required to maintain separation from these aircraft.
You must not coastal fly the Sydney southern beaches between Long Bay headland (the southern headland of Maroubra Beach) and Ben Buckler (the northern headland of Bondi Beach).
Note that some helicopters and beach patrol aeroplanes may have been cleared to coastal fly between Maroubra and Bondi but may not continuously monitor 120.8.
2nm before reaching South Head, you will pass Macquarie Lighthouse.
Remain at 500ft as you approach South Head, which is the end of the VFR Coastal Route Victor 1 South.
The CTA lower limit north of South Head is 1000ft.
No taxi clearance required. Monitor Ground on 119.9MHz.
Taxi clearance from Ground required before entering this area.
Specific clearance required from ATC before entering this area.
An area on the aerodrome intend to accommodate aircraft for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers, cargo, fueling, parking or maintenance.
That part of the aerodrome to be used for take-off, landing and taxiing aircraft, <strong>excluding</strong> aprons.
That part of the aerodrome to be used for take-off, landing and taxiing aircraft, consisting of the manoeuvring area and the apron.