The Temora Aviation Museum is excited to announce that the second Warbirds Downunder Airshow will take place on November 2, 2013.

The Temora Aviation Museum is home to a collection of significant aircraft and Warbirds Downunder will feature most of the Museum’s collection from the Tiger Moth, Spitfires and Boomerang though to historic jets such as the Meteor and RAAF Sabre. In addition many visiting aircraft will take part. The airshow is being held as a single day event on Saturday November 2nd and follows the highly successful inaugural Warbirds Downunder Airshow which was held in 2011.

Temora Shire Council Mayor Rick Firman said “How thrilling it is to see Temora’s internationally acclaimed Warbirds Downunder airshow will take place in 2013. The Temora Aviation Museum has, quite literally, placed Temora Shire on the worldwide map for which we remain eternally grateful. The Warbirds Downunder Airshow is world class and I invite aviation enthusiasts (from all corners of the Globe) to Temora Shire to witness something you shall never forget.  All visitors to Temora Shire will be impressed by, what will be an experience of a lifetime!”

Temora Aviation Museum Chief Executive Mr Kenny Love said “Warbirds Downunder 2013 will be an exciting event as it includes aircraft ranging from Antique and Classics to Warbirds and Military aircraft. The Museum is about celebrating our history and recognising and remembering our Veterans and the sacrifice they made in defence of our freedom and we are really looking forward to sharing Warbirds Downunder 2013 with everyone.”
Member for Murrumbidgee Adrian Piccoli is pleased to lend his support to the Temora Aviation Museum’s biennial Warbirds Downunder Airshow, to be held on November 2nd 2013.

“I believe that the Temora Aviation Museum’s Warbirds Downunder Airshow is an event that contributes to the unique identity of the area and also remains a flagship event in the regional calendar,” Mr Piccoli said. “The event in November 2011 attracted more than 10,000 people to Temora which means a significant economic benefit to not only Temora but also neighbouring Shires such as Junee, Wagga, Coolamon and Cootamundra.”

In addition, Temora Aviation Museum has established the Warbirds Downunder Airshow as an important event in Temora’s cultural and social calendar.”

“The Temora Aviation Museum is a multiple winner of State and National Tourism Awards over the years and Temora’s rich and noteworthy aviation history continues to attract visitor attention to the encouraging and hospitable community of Temora,” Mr Piccoli concluded.

Gold Pass and General Admission tickets for Warbirds Downunder will be available from July 15th 2013 online via the Temora Aviation Museum website.

More information about Warbirds Downunder 2013 can be found on the Museum’s website at www.aviationmuseum.com.au