The Temora Aviation Museum will provide a veteran retreat for Air Force, Army and Navy veterans.


The Temora Aviation Museum recognises that Australia’s veterans are an aging population with special requirements that deserve a unique experience and the Veteran Retreat will provide just that. The Retreat will be a covered, central meeting point for ex-service men and women to sit and converse with peers whilst enjoying refreshments. The Retreat will be positioned so veterans will be able to view the magnificent display of current serving and ex-military aircraft on display which honour the men and women who served Australia during times of conflict.


The Warbirds Downunder Veteran Retreat is presented by the Temora Aviation Museum with the proud support of the South-West Slopes Vietnam Veterans and the Temora RSL sub-Branch who will host the retreat, welcoming veterans and ensuring they have a wonderful Warbirds Downunder experience.


The Temora Aviation Museum has always held veterans in high regard, as evidenced through the Museum’s ongoing Unsung Heroes Project. Unsung Heroes is a biographical database that includes information about individual men and women who, although not given recognition in the history books, have been vital to the pioneering spirit of Australia’s military aviation heritage. For more information visit


Warbirds Downunder will take place on November 2nd, 2013 and feature the Temora Aviation Museum’s aircraft collection including the Spitfires, Hudson, Meteor and RAAF Sabre, RAAF Roulettes six ship formation aerobatic team, plus a number of visiting antique and warbird aircraft including Mustangs, Kittyhawks, Harvards and Trojans. Both the RAAF Hawk and F/A-18 Hornet will be displaying on the day with an additional static display of both the Hawk and Hornet on the ground available for the public to view.


Tickets are now available online for this event. More information about Warbirds Downunder can be found on the Museum’s website at



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Re-live all of the excitement of Warbirds Downunder 2013 with your very own copy of the Official Warbirds Downunder 2013 DVD.

This 60 minute DVD will feature all of the aircraft sorties of the day, utilising multiple camera angles to capture the action inside the cockpit as well as air-to-air and ground to air footage. Additional bonus material will be included on the DVD featuring extended interviews and special behind the scenes content. This professionally edited production will provide dynamic footage for your viewing pleasure.

Production of the DVD will be complete in time for you to receive it in the mail for Christmas 2013, making this a perfect present for that someone special.
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Purchase your tickets Today!

Warbirds Downunder 2013 will be held on Saturday November 2nd 2013 and tickets are selling fast but we still have plenty available for purchase.

Early bird pricing is in effect, so to avoid paying a premium for your Warbirds Downunder 2013 tickets ensure that you purchase them before the airshow.

Tickets can be purchased:
* online:
* by phone: 1 300 798 550
* in person: at Museum gift shop or Ticket Direct outlet.

For more information about Warbirds Downunder and purchasing tickets please Visit our Website.

Be part of the Unsung Heroes Project
How many Heroes go unnoticed?
How many stories go untold?
How many memories are forever lost?
Unsung Heroes is the way to tell everyone about the sacrifice and service, the happiness and the tears…
Unsung Heroes is a video database which includes men and women who, although not given recognition in the history books, have been vital to the pioneering spirit of Australia’s military aviation heritage. These men and women came from all walks of life and backgrounds and were not necessarily pilots or engineers.The Temora Aviation Museum videographer will be on site over the weekend of the Warbirds Downunder Airshow. If you are a veteran, or you are coming to the airshow with one, we would like to interview you and preserve your story as part of this important project.For more information, or to book a time for an interview, please email Craig on or call the Museum on 02 6977 1088.