Warbirds Downunder in full flight

22 October 2013

The Warbirds Downunder Air Show at Temora this November will be a hit with aircraft fans. Credit: Phil Makanna.

On Saturday November 2 the Warbirds Downunder air show – live in Temora – will show audiences just how entertaining and impressive these machines and their skilled pilots can be.

As the only air show of its kind in the country, visitors are treated to more than just spectacular feats in the air. There are also some incredible sights to be seen on the ground too.

The Temora Aviation Museum will be open to show off its impressive collection of exhibits, aircraft and vintage and military vehicles. A highlight of the event is without doubt the chance to talk to the pilots and engineers at the end of the day, getting up close and personal with the aircraft themselves and asking questions. There’s plenty of activities planned for the young ones too, swing by the Kids Korner to have a play on the jumping castles and get involved with the other kid-friendly games and activities.

With increased visitors to the area year-on-year local schools and sporting clubs are now on board to run the food court, which is expected to provide food for around 10,000 to 12,000 aviation enthusiasts.

Temora is around 4.5 hours from Sydney, so the show could make for a great excuse to head away for the weekend. Book in your Temora accommodation for a couple of nights and spend a day seeing local sites before heading back to the city. You can even buy a DVD as a souvenir of the event or a gift for someone who can’t make it, which will be available by Christmas this year.

Get your November off to a flying start and book your tickets today!