The inbound track from the popular tourist attraction of Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula in the south-east is a well-used route. Request clearance before you reach the CTR boundary at either Sloping Island or Cremorne. Cremorne is the small township on the northern edge of Pipe Clay Lagoon and is in the Hobart CTR.
Be aware that the track inbound to Cambridge from Sloping Island leads to final approach for Hobart airport and a clearance may not always be available. Plan ahead for such a situation.
Cremorne is also on the border of designated training area, D316, so keep a good lookout for traffic. You will be able to see Mt Wellington and Hobart city to the north-west.
Tracking inbound to Cambridge from Cremorne, Lauderdale is a common reporting point for ATC.
Just before you reach Lauderdale, be wary of the radio antenna at 666ft, in the foreground of the photo, and marked on your VTC. There are guy wires coming off its side, so stay well clear.
Keep a lookout as you track north for hang-gliding activity over land within 1000m of Single Hill, below 1000ft. If occurring, this will be broadcast on the Hobart ATIS.
Follow ATC instructions from Hobart ATC 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.