Australia's most unique Aviation Museum!
Queensland's premier flying museum.
It houses the only collection of flying WWI aircraft in Australia.
It is the only museum that concentrates solely on the first 30 years of powered flight.
It has a full size replica of the first aircraft to achieve powered, controlled flight – two years before the Wright brothers did.
See a 100 per cent accurate reproduction of the first ever true fighter aircraft of all time - it is one of only two in the world. (This one is painted in the colours of the one to shoot down the last Australian to die at Gallipoli).
Examine two flying aircraft that represent ones flown by interesting Australian Aces of WWI.
Learn about one of the flying WWI aircraftthat is literally powered by a 100 year old rotary engine.
Of all the aircraft in the museum, one can’t be found anywhere else in the world, three of them can’t be seen anywhere else in the Southern Hemisphere and another two aircraft are the only ones of their type in the country.
The front wall of the museum is dedicated to all of the Australian airmen who became aces during WWI.
|Entry||Cost AUD||Valid From||Inclusions|
|Child||$7 - $7||Children under 5 to 16. Children under 5 are free.|
|Indicative Prices||$12 - $15||AUD15 for Adults. AUD12 for Pensioners. AUD40 for Family (up to four children).|
|All year||Wednesday||10am - 3pm|
|Thursday||10am - 3pm|
|Friday||10am - 3pm|
|Saturday||10am - 3pm|
|Sunday||10am - 3pm|
|25 December 2018||Closed|
|1 January 2019||Closed|
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