Kites, Free Flight Aircraft and Indoor Helicopters
Whatever the time of year, there are two types of days that make it great to be outdoors - days that are windy and days that aren't.
Windy days need kites in the air. Sunny days or overcast, if there's a wind blowing you can "go fly a kite".
Whether it's a single string kite riding the wind above your head or a two string aerobatic version looping high up and swooping over the grass that appeals, come and look at our range of Australian made kites.
A winter's overcast, windy day - time to add some magic with an aerobatic kite.
If it isn't windy enough to fly kites it's time to deploy the free flight aircraft - gliders, rubber powered or electric.
A summer's quiet late afternoon - time for chasing model aeroplanes (don't forget the sunscreen).
Of course, if the weather's really bad enough to keep you indoors, there are always radio controlled indoor helicopters to fly.