Temora Aviation Museum
The Temora Aviation Museum showcases one of the world's finest collections of flying historic aircraft. Established in 1999 the Museum houses the RAAF 100 Squadron Temora Flight collection, which includes two of the three flying Spitfires in Australia as well as the only flying Gloster Meteor F.8, Boomerang and Hudson Bomber in the world, the only Canberra bomber and the oldest flying Tiger Moth in Australia.
The Museum also features air-conditioned display buildings and hangars, allowing close up inspection of the aircraft, Unsung Heroes stories, a mezzanine level overlooking the engineering hangar, landscaped gardens, picnic areas, an aviation themed children's playground and a theatrette.
The Museum holds an Aircraft Showcase throughout the year, where the aircraft take to the sky, accompanied by commentary and music. Please visit the website for Aircraft Showcase dates.
The Museum also holds Warbirds Downunder, a large biennial airshow which displays Warbird aircraft from all over the country.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please visit our website or call us for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
Disabled access available, contact operator for details.