The main tenant at the airfield is the Tumut Aero Club, who offer flight training and hangar rental on-site. The Aero Club also maintains the Tumut Airport Lodge, a conversion of the former terminal building that functions as an accommodation facility for up to four people aimed at visiting pilots and those stranded at the airport by weather. The Blue Sky Tumut Aviation Estate airpark is currently under development at the northern end of the field. Recreational flight training provider Air Escape is based at Tumut and is accredited by Recreational Aviation Australia.
The airport has one sealed runway measuring 1,060 m (3,480 ft) x 18 m (59 ft) suitable for use by aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of up to 5,700 kg (12,600 lb). Emergency runway lighting is available allowing night operations for medical evacuations. Refuelling facilities are also provided.