Lars Larson will commence the flying displays at 11:00am in the WWII Tiger Moth, followed by the Wirraway and the Spitfire. The Vampire will reacquaint itself with the skies making way for the Meteor, Canberra and Dragonfly to entertain you. Not for the faint hearted will be Tom Moon showing his aerobatic skills in the Extra 300s. Visitors have the opportunity to speak to the pilots and see the aircraft up close at 3:15pm prior to the Museum closing at 4:00pm.
The weather at Temora is gorgeous with cold nights leading into cool, sunny days. The forecast for this weekend is for clear, sunny skies and cool temperatures. So rug up and come and spend the day in the fresh air here at Temora Aviation Museum.
Whilst Aircraft will not be flying on Monday, June 14, visitors are welcome to see the family of Warbirds in the Display Hangar as well as the static displays, theatre and gift shop. Be sure to check out the new multi-media exhibits, the enhanced tribute to No.10 ETFS and the new Skydancing display in the exhibition buildings. The Museum will be open from 10am to 4pm.