Situated on the Perimeter of Caboolture Airfield we house historical artifacts and classic flight ready aircraft from Australia's aviation past.
Our SNJ-4 and Mustang P51D take pride of place. Lovingly restored and maintained they both offer adventure flights for a unique, thrilling and increasingly rare experience. NB. The Mustang is currently away on duties we will advise when it returns.
We are raffling a half hour flight in a real warbird
Only a few tickets left.
$10 will buy you one of only one hundred tickets for the raffle to fly for half an hour in the SNJ pictured above.
Winning ticket will be drawn on 31st March 2020
This aircraft was piloted by Captain Charles Kennedy Scott in 1931 to set a world flight record from London to Darwin of 9 days, 4 hours and 11 minutes. This broke an earlier record set by fellow aviator, Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith, by 19 hours.
An Indigenous Australian who was working as a shearer in Outback Queensland
before the outbreak of the Second World War became a fighter pilot. 'There was no colour in the Air-force, only blue'.
Our volunteers are ready and waiting to welcome all visitors. Groups are welcomed with tables and chairs to stop and have lunch. On prior arrangement we can offer light refreshments.
Hangar 101/157 McNaught Road, Caboolture Queensland 4510, Australia
09:00 am – 03:00 pm