It’s a beautiful clear, sunny day in Temora with the weatherman predicting clear sunny skies for the entire weekend. The deep blue sky presents an ideal backdrop for the pilots to perform their practice flying for the weekend’s events – as they are doing right now.

We have had a fantastic day which began with the arrival of the two RAAF F/A-18 Hornets. What a sight to see those powerful aircraft arriving at the Museum. As we write this newsletter Flight Lieutenant James “Akko” Atkinson is performing his low level, high-energy aerobatic routine in the Hornet including some formation passes with the CAC Sabre.

We have a great line up for the weekends flying. Visitors can expect to see the Tiger Moth, Ryan, Wirraway, Harvards, Vampire, Meteor, Canberra Spitfire, Hudson, Boomerang, Kittyhawk Sabre and Hornet.

Museum gates open at 10.00 am, flying begins at 11.00. Food and refreshments are available on site, and an entry fee applies. Also, don’t forget to bring along a light fold-up chair if you have one. We look forward to seeing you here.