The Caboolture Warplane & Flight Heritage Museum has a focus on promoting the history of both military and civil aviation to the wider community and offers visitors the opportunity to get close to a large range of memorabilia.
The museum hosts aircraft that have been restored to flying condition.
The museum is host to aircraft that are airworthy and regularly fly
The museum aircraft on display are airworthy and some are available for adventure flights.
Click on the above image for more details on these aircraft.
There are exhibits that detail personal histories of service life
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'.
Memorabilia relating to the Forward Air Controller in the Vietnam War along with personal accounts of the action that Flt. Lt. Garry Cooper experienced.
There are many static displays in the museum. Come along and explore them all at your leisure. Here a two examples of our exhibits.
This display features a complete Huey helicopter. Come and have your picture taken inside the cockpit of this iconic machine.
This display features a John Taylor home built aircraft design of 1956.
The museum contains many model aircraft in different scales covering many eras and aspects of flight
A highly detailed model of a Supermarine Spitfire
A TAA civil aviation Douglas DC-3 model
A display of many interesting an unusual handcrafted military aircraft.
The museum has a varied selection of static aircraft engines on display.
A nine cylinder, air cooled, radial aircraft engine built by Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Company from the 1930's to the 1950's
Rolls Royce Axial Flow Turbo Jet Engine as used on the CA 27 Sabre
The museum has a section that concentrates on civil aviation
The section on civil aviation contains memorabilia and models of civil aircraft along with many photos and much historical information
There is much to see when it comes to service uniforms and flying equipment
The two uniforms shown in the photo are Australian Air Force and desert camouflage uniform as worn by Australian service personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan.
There is a selection of helmets (flying and ground force), badges, buttons and aviation goggles
The items below are examples of other exhibits to be seen in the museum
There are many items on display such as Primary Flight Instruments, Aircraft Radio Transmitters, Electrical Test Instruments and In-Flight Cameras.
The museum has many art works depicting aircraft and wartime related scenes such as above
A selection of Propellers and Propeller Blades from aircraft such as De Havilland Mosquito, Maurace Farman Series II
Come and spend some time in the museum watching one of many DVDs available to view
A small area available to view DVDs with an aviation theme.