Wondoola Station Airfield
via Burke Development Road, Wondoola Station 4823
Nestled in the base of Cape York on Wondoola Creek, a tributary of the Saxby River, itself a tributary of the mighty Flinders River, Wondoola was, and still is, a significant cattle raising area. It has long been serviced by light air traffic both private and via regional services of the day.
It was a landing ground (DCA LG #362 revised 4/41) made known to RAAF pilots using the area and it is likely landings occurred from time to time. It does not appear that any RAAF unit as such was ever domiciled in this vicinity.
Roger and Jenny Marks - 'Queensland Airfields WW2 - 50 Years On'.