The Powerhouse Museum is located at Sydney’s Darling Harbour area and is a quick walk away from the Australian National Maritime Museum. While not specifically an air museum, Powerhouse has a few significant airframes on display.
Most prominent, in the main hall, is an ex-RAAF P2B-2 Catalina, Frigate Bird II. This aircraft was used by P.G. Taylor to pioneer airline routes between Australia and South America in the early 1950s.
The Bell 206 that Dick Smith flew around the world, a Beechcraft Queenair, DH Cirrus Moth, a Transavia Airtruk, a DH Drover, a Cierva Autogyro and a Corby Starlet are also on display.
This page was last updated 14 February 2015