Flypast at Corowa

On Saturday 19 March, the Museum’s CA16 Wirraway will be conducting a flypast at Corowa, located on the Murray River in NSW. The flypast is in support of the National Association of Antique Military Vehicles. During World War II the Wirraway flew support missions for Australian Army ground troops who were equipped with similar vehicles. Approximately 140 Antique Military Vehicles will be conducting a parade through Corowa to help commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the end of World War II.

Museum not attending Avalon

The Museum would like to advise that its aircraft will not be visiting the 2005 Avalon Airshow, due to other commitments.

Upcoming Flying Weekend

The Museum’s next flying weekend is over Easter on 26 & 27 March 2005. Aircraft from the Museum collection will take to the skies over Temora for a historic spectacular. Flying will commence at 11.00 am on both days. The Museum would like to remind everyone that it is closed for Good Friday.

New to the exhibition area will be an exhibition titled ‘Eject… Eject… Eject’. This display is the story of the development of Martin Baker ejection seats. Complete with archive film footage this exhibition is sure to inform and surprise you.