The October Flying Weekend is on this weekend – Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th. Come along to experience the Temora Aviation Museum’s collection of ex-military warbirds perform an exciting display of aerobatics, handling and technical flying displays.
The majority of the Museum’s aircraft will participate in this weekend’s event. Visitors can expect to see displays by the Tiger Moth, Wirraway, Meteor, Vampire, Canberra, Ryan, Cessna O-2A, Dragonfly, Spitfires, Hudson and Boomerang. Take advantage of our Two Flying Day Pass and turn your day into a thrilling weekend.
All are welcome at Temora Aviation Museum’s Flying Days. Museum gates open at 10.00 am, with flying beginning at 11.00 am. Flying continues through until 3.00 pm, with an hour set aside to talk to the pilots and get up close to the aircraft, until close at 4.00 pm. Food and refreshments are available on site, and remember to bring along a light fold-up chair if you have one. Plan a trip to experience the sights, sounds and smells of these vintage aircraft at their finest! See you here.
MUSEUM IS A 2008 NSW TOURISM AWARD FINALIST IN THREE CATEGORIES
The Temora Aviation Museum is pleased to announce it is a finalist in three categories for the 2008 NSW Tourism Awards. The three categories that the Museum has received finalist status in are: Tourist Attractions, Festivals and Events, and Heritage and Cultural Tourism. Winners will be announced at a Gala Dinner in Sydney on November 20th. Fingers crossed for our success in all three categories!