Welcome to the Temora Aviation Museum due to the COVID-19 pandemic there have been a few changes. General entry tickets to the Museum have been changed to two hour time slots to manage the number of visitors on site. These tickets are available online (booking fees apply) by clicking on the button below. It is preferred that tickets are bought online before arriving at the Museum, if this is not an option for you then tickets can be purchased at the door if numbers on site allow. The health & safety of the public, as well as our staff and volunteers is paramount. We are implementing several procedures to ensure we abide by the Government recommendations, for more information click here.
The Temora Aviation Museum inspires the community to acknowledge the role played by Australia’s historic ex-military aircraft, and encourages visitors to learn and be inspired through its collection of aircraft to remember the efforts of the men and women who flew and supported them during times of conflict.
The Temora Aviation Museum is first and foremost a flying Museum, and its Flying Displays are conducted by the Temora Historic Flight Club (THFC) which is a separate entity from the Museum. All flight operations are under the control and direction of the THFC Director of Flying Operations. The Museum is a non-profit organisation which receives its funding through private donations.