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Remembrance Day Aircraft Showcase & Da Vinci Exhibition Extension

Flying Activities for November Aircraft Showcase

Remembrance Day is fast approaching and the Temora Aviation Museum will be hosting a special Aircraft Showcase flying day to honour the men and woman who have served our country.

Saturday November 11th will feature all serviceable aircraft from the Temora Aviation Museum’s collection, which includes the Supermarine Spitfires, CA-13 Boomerang, Cessna O-2A, Gloster Meteor, Lockheed Hudson, Wirraway, Tiger Moth and Ryan STM S2.

Due to the anticipated warmer weather we have decided to kick off the day a little earlier then usual, so we will be opening gates at 9am. The draft program will look like:

9.00am – Gates Open
9.30am – “Guided Hangar Tour” – Enjoy an informative guided from our Warbird expert Peter Anderson, the tour will focus on the English Electric Canberra, de Havilland Vampire and RAAF CA-27 Sabre. Time to view the Exhibitions & Static Displays
10.30pm – 1.30pm – Flying Program (all serviceable Museum Aircraft)
1.30pm to 2pm – Flightline Tour (meet and greet with the pilots and engineers)
2.15pm – “Winging It Panel” Q&A with Guest Speakers
4pm – Museum Close

Da Vinci Exhibition Extended by Popular Demand

More than 7,000 people have already visited the Da Vinci display – due to its popularity we have decided to extend the Exhibition.

The Da Vinci Machines Exhibition has been extended and will now end on November 19th due to the amazing response from visitors wanting to view this amazing exhibition.

Since opening night in September, over 7,000 visitors have viewed the international exhibition which has proven a favourite with schools, aviation enthusiasts and TAM visitors, who have the opportunity to have hands-on experiences with the interactive machines. Included in the 60 iconic machines is the ‘air screw’, Da Vinci’s take on a helicopter.

With only a few weeks left until the exhibition is packed up and moved onto the next location, be sure to plan your trip to Temora in the Riverina today!

2018-06-27T15:49:37+00:00