Australian Aviation Museum
Starkie Road, Bankstown Airport
The Australian Aviation Museum is located at Bankstown Airport, south-west of Sydney. It consists of a large hangar space filled with aircraft and aeronautical displays and an even larger open-air display area.
Bankstown, New South Wales
There is a significant range of aircraft and aviation related displays. The displays cover both civil and military subjects.
Bankstown has been a major centre for aircraft manufacturing in Australia. de Havilland had a facility there where Drovers, Tiger Moths, Mosquitos and Vampires were produced.
Aircraft on display there include:
Beechcraft “Butterfly” Bonanza
RAAF Dassault Mirage A3-44
de Havilland Australia Drover
de Havilland Heron
English Electric Canberra
Feast Circle CW
Harley Newman Gyrocopter
NorthAmerican A-26 Invader
Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer
Volmer Sportsman Amphibian
To see a photo gallery of pics I have taken on a 2014 visit, click on the picture below. There are also full walkaround galleries of the Airtruck, Drover, HS 748 and S-55 in the walkaround section of my site.
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This page was last updated 14 February 2015