There's not much at Deniliquin arirport ... a tarmac and a fence basically.
But for Maitland's Lewer family, they discovered something else - a musical superstar no less.
The family - dad Daniel, mum Lindsey and children Oliver 12, Matilda 10 and Audrey 7 - were in Deniliquin for the annual Ute Muster and then the Tim McGraw concert.
As they were driving past the airport on their way to the concert last Saturday night when they spotted a helicopter coming in to land.
We'll let Daniel take up the story.
"My wife Lindsay is a huge Tim McGraw fan and she said that was probably him arriving for the concert and asked me to drive in," he said.
"The helicopter landed but it wasn't him. But we also noticed a limousine nearby, so we yelled out to the driver if Tim McGraw was coming in.
"The driver said 'I can't tell you but don't go anywhere'.
"Sure enough, a few minutes later this Lear jet comes in to land. I mean, how many Lear jets would land in Deniliquin, so we knew it must be him. Next thing Tim McGraw steps off the plane and Lindsey called out to him. We wouldn't have been 20 metres away and he came over to chat."
So, what's he like?
"He was really genuine, a nice guy. He asked the kids' names - he has a daughter Audrey too - and whether we were going to the concert.
"We told him we were and he said 'I'll see you there'. He didn't ... there was a crowd of 20,000, but it's not every day your family get to talk to someone that famous."
Daniel said he was surprised by the stature of the country music star with 50 million albums sold worldwide - "he's tiny, not much bigger than a jockey".
Then again, this is a former Maitland Blacks' front rower talking.