From the south-west, use either the Tasman Bridge or Droughty Point as your VFR approach point. Be aware of ultralight operations around Sandfly, an ALA on the Huon Highway west of Kingston, and over Bruny Island. Some ultralights do not have radios, so keep a good lookout.
There is the potential for high traffic in the Ralphs Bay training area so keep a good lookout and listening watch.
Droughty Point is readily identified on the peninsula sticking out into Ralphs Bay, on the eastern side of the Derwent.
The Derwent River is an area of considerable traffic, with light aircraft, including seaplanes, that could be listening and transmitting on either the multicom frequency 126.7 or the area frequency 125.55.
Keep a good lookout and listening watch on the area frequency 125.55 for parachuting activity and emergency medical helicopters operating immediately south of the Tasman Bridge.
Listen to the Hobart ATIS on 128.45 and contact Hobart Tower on 118.1 at Tasman Bridge or Droughty Point with your inbound report. These VFR approach points are on, or very close to, the Hobart CTR boundary, so ensure you arrange a clearance well before the CTR step and be prepared to orbit and remain outside class C or D controlled airspace.
The Tasman Bridge is easy to identify as the largest, most southerly bridge across the Derwent. From the Tasman Bridge, expect to be cleared direct to Cambridge aerodrome, following the highway.
Alt: As cleared by ATC
Tracking inbound to Cambridge from here, be aware of the Meehan Range (not named on the VTC) running north-south just west of Cambridge, with its highest peak, Mt Rumney, at 1348ft. Familiarise yourself, also, with the location of Single Hill, south of Hobart Airport, a reporting point often used by Hobart ATC.
Alt: As cleared by ATC
The main highway from Mornington leads you directly to Cambridge Aerodrome. Follow instructions from Hobart Tower for joining the circuit at Cambridge.
No taxi clearance required. Monitor Ground on 121.7MHz.
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.