The November Flying Weekend was a success with great weather and superb flying displays.
The Flying displays involved most of the Museum’s aircraft including the Tiger Moth, Ryan, Wirraway, Boomerang, Hudson, Spitfires Mk VIII & Mk XVI, Canberra, Meteor, Vampire, Dragonfly, O2-A and Tom Moon’s Extra 300s. Unfortunately, the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society’s Lockheed Neptune and C-47 Dakota were unable to visit Temora due to unsavoury weather at Albion Park, where they are situated. They plan on scheduling another visit sometime in the near future.
The Canberra City Band made an appearance on the Sunday, and played their lively music to the visitors that day. Thanks again to the band for supporting our event.
The last Flying Weekend for the year is only 3 weeks away. It falls on the 2nd and 3rd of December. So start organising your visit to Temora now!
The Museum is pleased to announce that its most recent addition to staff is Mitchell Liebich. Mitch will undertake an apprenticeship in the area of aircraft engineering. We look forward to Mitch’s help and wish him well in his chosen career