Long and winding road

Built in 1944, former T.A.A. DC-3 VH-CAO has spent almost half its life on the ground, covering more miles by road – in the past thirty-five years – than it has by air. It arrived this evening at the Caboolture Warplane & Flight Heritage Museum after a four day inland road trip via Charters Towers and […]

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Nhill ‘s $355,000 grant

The Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre in Western Victoria has recently received a $355,000 grant from the State Regional Growth Fund, to help develop an aviation  museum  complex incorporating surviving WWII – and pre-war- heritage structures located at the town’s aerodrome.  A central element of this new complex will be a Avro Anson which is undergoing […]

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