In the remote outback of south Australia, it is a private airfield that serves a sizable mine. The mining company that works there owns this airport, which is 130 kilometers southeast of coober pedy town and is essential to the mine’s transportation needs.

This airport probably serves smaller aircraft carrying personnel and supplies to the mine because of its isolated location. There wouldn’t be any public passenger flights available here. Compared to bigger commercial airports, security procedures would be more strict at this private facility.