Our 2-Day Flying Showcase is back!

The Temora Aviation Museum’s Spring Weekend Aircraft Showcase October 14 & 15 will see ALL of our serviceable aircraft collection take to the skies. This includes the Supermarine Spitfire’s Mk VIII & Mk XVI, CA-13 Boomerang, Gloster Meteor, Cessna 0-2A, Wirraway, Tiger Moth and Ryan STM S2.

PLUS! Every visitor who purchases tickets for the Spring Weekend Aircraft Showcase also gets FREE access to the world-acclaimed Da Vinci Machines Exhibition! The award-winning international touring exhibition showcases 60 iconic machines and inventions inspired by Leonardo’s 500-year-old drawings.

The two-day Spring Weekend Aircraft Showcase promises to deliver a full day of entertainment for all generations. Get close to the action as you witness Australia’s ex-military flying history come alive!

A rare opportunity to dine among the Warbirds!

Book now for the Ronald McDonald Black Tie Ball at the Temora Aviation Museum, Saturday, 7th October, featuring special entertainment, a three course meal, AND the very rare opportunity to dine in the hanger with some of the Museum’s rarest aircraft! Coach travel from Wagga return, included in your ticket.

For a special night in a magnificent setting, raising funds for Ronald McDonald House Wagga Wagga make your booking now! Call 69250122.

Celebrations and Accolades

This month we must congratulate one of our very talented and valued team member,s Brenden Maxwell. Brenden recently took out the 2017 NSW Training Awards Riverina Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year Award. While he may have taken second place in the state finals, he’s the clear winner in our eyes and we couldn’t be prouder. Great job, Brenden!

Picture: Kieren L Tilly. Published in the Daily Advertiser, June 11, 2017

Da Vinci. Limited Time Only.

Have you booked your ticket yet?

More than 2,000 people have already visited the Da Vinci display – what are you waiting for?

After a successful opening night, the international exhibition 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 just over a month until the showcase is packed up and makes it way back to Florence, be sure to plan your trip to Temora in the Riverina today!