Museum News


Warbirds Downunder 2020 Now in 2021! Thank you for your patience whilst we rescheduled Warbirds Downunder 2020. We are thrilled to announce the new event dates of Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th March 2021. We hope this new date suits existing ticket holders. If it [...]

Museum News2020-08-25T17:02:35+10:00

Media Release


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 [...]

Media Release2019-07-02T09:13:55+10:00

Major Milestone Projects and Rescheduling of Dates for 2018


Major Projects & Rescheduling of 2018 Flying Dates Earlier in 2017 the Temora Aviation Museum announced that some major projects had been approved for completion, including the English Electric Canberra TT18, Cessna A-37B Dragonfly, DH-115 Vampire T35 and RAAF CA-27 Sabre. It has [...]

Major Milestone Projects and Rescheduling of Dates for 20182018-06-27T15:49:39+10:00

Canberra and de Havilland Vampire set to Return to Service


English Electric Canberra and de Havilland Vampire set to Return to Service In the biggest news in recent years, the Temora Aviation Museum's President and Founder, Mr David Lowy AM, has announced, that the Museum would start a complex project to return the Museum’s English [...]

Canberra and de Havilland Vampire set to Return to Service2018-06-27T16:00:30+10:00



The ejection seats in the Vampire have recently been removed to undergo a ‘Bay Service’. This term originates from services that were carried out in the Squadron’s equipment ‘Bay’ or workshop. The bay service is carried out at every annual inspection, with this current service [...]




An enthusiastic crowd turned up to see flying action over the 30 June and 1 July Flying Weekend despite the cool wintry weather. Flying displays continued throughout the weekend even though a bit of light rain dampened the day at one stage on Saturday. Sunday [...]

MORE FLYING DATES2007-07-04T13:19:38+10:00

Visiting Aircraft Spectacular


The Museum is excited to announce that two more visiting aircraft are joining its ranks over the weekend. On both Saturday and Sunday, visitors will be able to view flying displays by Col Pays P-40E Kittyhawk, as well as the Catalina Flying Boat from the [...]

Visiting Aircraft Spectacular2005-11-24T14:17:04+10:00

Super Constellation at November Flying Weekend


The November 26 & 27 Flying Weekend is shaping up to be a big event. The majority of the Museum’s aircraft will be flying including the Tiger Moth, Spitfire, Hudson, Wirraway, Vampire and Dragonfly. Spectators can also expect to see a mind-blowing aerobatic display by [...]

Super Constellation at November Flying Weekend2005-11-10T14:06:30+10:00

Sydney Weekender and Boomerang at Flying Weekend


The October Flying Weekend resulted in two successful, action-packed days with great weather. The cloudless sky created the perfect blue backdrop for aircraft displays by the Tiger Moth, Ryan, Wirraway, Dragonfly, Hudson, Spitfire, Cessna 0-2, Canberra, Vampire and Tom Moon’s Extra. Sundays schedule involved the [...]

Sydney Weekender and Boomerang at Flying Weekend2005-10-05T14:00:13+10:00

Mike Whitney at Temora Aviation Museum


The Museum is very excited to have the Sydney Weekender Team, including Mike Whitney, at the Saturday Flying Day. The team will be filming a story about what it is like to experience a Temora Aviation Museum Flying Day. It is not the first time [...]

Mike Whitney at Temora Aviation Museum2005-09-29T13:58:36+10:00

Flying This Weekend….


Temora Aviation Museum will be hosting a spectacular flying event this weekend. Visitors can expect to see the majority of the Museums collection flying, including aircraft such as the Spitfire, Tiger Moth, Dragonfly, Hudson, Canberra and the Meteor. The Temora Aviation Museum Engineering team have [...]

Flying This Weekend….2005-09-26T13:55:43+10:00

Kittyhawk, Mustang and Roulettes here this weekend


Its not long now until the Museums August Flying Weekend on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28. According to the weather forecast from Weatherzone – Australias leading weather resource - Temora can expect cool mornings, clearing to fine both days, with tops of 21°c and 22°c. [...]

Kittyhawk, Mustang and Roulettes here this weekend2005-08-23T12:32:11+10:00

Hudson Returns as the Museum prepares for VP Day Celebrations


The Temora Aviation Museums Lockheed Hudson has returned to the Museum resplendent in its new paint scheme. The paint scheme is representing an A16-211 Hudson III bomber that served with No.6 Squadron RAAF during the decisive Battle for Milne Bay and later with No.2 Squadron [...]

Hudson Returns as the Museum prepares for VP Day Celebrations2005-08-11T12:27:13+10:00

Museums Vampire undergoes annual inspection


The Temora Aviation Museum Engineers are in the process of performing an annual inspection on the Museums de Havilland Vampire T.35. What makes the Vampire in the Museums collection unique is that it is the only Australian-built Vampire flying in Australia. The Vampire was initially [...]

Museums Vampire undergoes annual inspection2005-07-28T12:25:33+10:00

Flying this weekend


This weekend, Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 July is a Flying Weekend here at Temora Aviation Museum. Flying Weekends are a chance for visitors to witness the Museum’s vintage aircraft collection take to the skies. The Flying is set to involve the majority of the [...]

Flying this weekend2005-07-12T12:20:07+10:00