Canberra Update The Canberra major maintenance is progressing well. The update so far is: - The aircraft is off jacks and has been washed- what a job! - Almost all the air frame work has been completed. - The engines are fitted and rigged. [...]
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The staff, crew & volunteers at the Museum hope that you are doing well during these challenging times. Don't be afraid to reach out for help if you need it. As we approach ANZAC Day and reflect on the sacrifices made by our Veterans, we [...]
We feel very honoured to have Murray Kear as the Chief Executive Officer of the Temora Aviation Museum since October 2016. Having been a pilot for the last 20 years himself and having volunteered as Manager for the NSW Scouts Air [...]
A converted country girl Nicola Curry has been working at the Museum for almost 5 years now, growing into all-hands-on-deck power woman helping us host aircraft showcases and Warbirds Downunder Airshows in her Events & PR role. She is a gun! [...]
Born Victorian, Emma Bowley is a true Swiss knife type of Wonder Woman who takes care of administration and tech here, at the Museum. We are lucky to have her look after the administration of the Temora Historic Flying Club which [...]
A son of two pilots and a third generation pilot, Andrew Bishop is the Temora Aviation Museum’s Chief Engineer since 2012 and a display pilot since 2007. Andrew’s grandfather served with 4squadron in New Guinea in Boomerangs and Wirraways and his [...]
TEMORA AVIATION MUSEUM With the ever changing regulations surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we once again have news regarding the operation of the Temora Aviation Museum. We are following all recommendations by the Australian and New South Wales Governments, and have shut the Museum doors as [...]
A word from the CEO As you would be aware, on Friday 13th March, the Australian Federal Government announced recommendations for all Australians to avoid public gatherings of greater than 500 people, with further social distancing measures being updated regularly. What does this mean for [...]
The Museum has been receiving calls regarding the March 21 Showcase considering the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation. Unfortunately due to recommendations from the Australian Government advising against non-essential organised gatherings of 500 or more people from Monday 16th March, we regret to inform you that the March [...]
We are very honoured to have such an amazing team here, at the Temora Aviation Museum. There are many fantastic individuals who are very passionate about aviation and our community and who are making the everyday magic happen, so that our [...]
Happy New Year from the Temora Aviation Museum! 2020 is shaping up to be a huge year for the Museum- we will be having 4 Showcase events this year, as well as taking aircraft to other airshows, it’s our 20th anniversary, and of course [...]
TEMORA AVIATION MUSEUM HANDS OVER OWNERSHIP OF 11 AIRCRAFT TO THE RAAF AT THE MUSEUM AT 11.00AM ON MONDAY 1 JULY 2019. Today, Monday 1 July 2019, saw the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) and Temora Aviation Museum begin their previously announced strategic alliance [...]
Exciting Future for Temora Aviation Museum Defence has entered into an agreement with the Temora Aviation Museum to transfer ownership of 11 historically significant aircraft to the Royal Australian Air Force. As the RAAF approaches their Centenary in 2021, this agreement will ensure that these historic [...]