Up in the Air is Lake Mac's new festival of soaring heights, with plenty of fun to be had at ground-level too.
Pack up the family and head to Rathmines Park on Sunday 23 May for a celebration of all things aerial, featuring fly-overs from historic aircraft and exciting aerobatic displays!
Be wow-ed as aircraft fly about 200m from the Rathmines shoreline, with some planes operating just metres above the lake's surface. The four display pilots have all been top international aerobatic performers with 10 years' experience. See Australia's only Grumman TBF Avenger, the heaviest single-engine aircraft of the Second World War, famous for sinking the Japanese super-battleships Yamato and Musashi. Watch as a Military T-28 Trojan skyrockets past, and be thrilled by electrifying aerobatic performances by a Rebel 300 and a Pitts Special Biplane.