There is very little information found online regarding Biloela Airport, serving the rural town of Biloela in Shire of Banana, Central Queensland in Australia. The airport operates flights that depart from and arrive at Brisbane Airport, provided by the airlines Qantas and Emirates.
An alternative airport for Biloela Airport is Thangool Airport, also located in Biloela, Queensland. The public airport is operated by the Banana Shire Council and serves the town of Thangool. It is served by the airline QantasLink (operated by Sunstate Airlines) and also connects to Brisbane Airport. Thangool Airport has a runway designated 10/28, with asphalt surface measuring 4,993 feet (1,522 metres) long, and another runway designated 14/32 with clay surface and measuring 2,605 feet (794 metres) long.
Biloela is a rural town and locality in the local government area Shire of Banana. It is the administrative centre of Banana Shire. The town is located 120 kilometres inland from the port city of Gladstone, about 142 kilometres from Rockhampton and 549 kilometres from Brisbane. It was established in 1924. Though the meaning of the name 'Biloela' is uncertain, it is generally believed to be an Aboriginal word for black or white cockatoo. Tourist attractions in Biloela include the annual Rockfest and the Callide Dam Fishing Competition in March, the Callide Valley Ball and Rodeo in May, the Mine and Power Station lookout, the Callide Dam, and the Lions Park.