The Temora Aviation Museum will be flying four aircraft south this weekend to participate in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Museum Air Pageant at Point Cook, Victoria on Sunday 9 April 2006. The air pageant traditionally attracts a wide variety of historic military and civil aircraft in the air and on the ground, as well as historic trainers and aircraft from all over Australia. Taking part in this year’s event will be the Temora Aviation Museum’s Hudson, Cessna 0-2A, Meteor and Wirraway.
For detailed information about what will be happening at the upcoming RAAF Museum Air Pageant, click on the link below:
ANZCADay Opening Hours
ANZAC Day, was established on 25 April 1915 when the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
This marked the start of a campaign that lasted eight months and resulted in around 25,000 Australian casualties, including 8,700 who were killed or died of wounds or disease.
The Museum’s operating hours will change on April 25 2006, to allow Museum personnel to attend the morning Anzac Service at the Temora Cenotaph, O’Callaghan Park, Loftus Street, Temora. All visitors are also invited to attend. The Museum will open at 12.00 noon and close at 4.00 pm on this day. Normal operating hours will resume 26 April onwards.
Upcoming Flying Weekend
The April Flying Weekend is just around the corner – falling over Easter on the 15 and 16 April.
If you have family together over Easter, why not make a trip over to Temora Aviation Museum to witness our historic aircraft take to the sky… The list includes the Spitfire, Hudson, Meteor, Wirraway and more.
Museum opens at 10.00 am with flying beginning at 11.00 am. Food and drinks are available on site, and remember to bring some warm clothes. For more information on Museum Flying Days and the weather in Temora, click on the visitor information link below: