Caboolture Warplane and Flight Heritage Museum Inc.
157 McNaught Road, Hangar 101, Caboolture, Queensland 4510
The Trojan was produced by the same company that built the mighty P-51 Mustang of WWII fame.
Wirraway 695 flying over the breathtakingly beautiful Bribie Beaches along Moreton Bay.
The beach views are stunning, the weather is perfect and the experience unforgettable.
The North American Aviation T-6 Texan is an American single-engined advanced trainer aircraft.
The Wirraway was the primary training aircraft of the RAAF during WWII and for a decade after.
Trojan taking off, heading east to explore the beautiful surrounds of Moreton Bay.
Ready for an adventure in the North American T-28 Trojan.
Bell HU-1 (Huey) Helicopter that served in the Middle East peacekeeping forces.
Adventure flights gifted as birthday presents are popular, but any excuse will do.
Situated on the perimeter of the Caboolture Airfield, the Caboolture Warplane and Flight Heritage Museum is Queensland's only flying warbird museum where you can still fly in a warbird. It features a large range of aviation memorabilia from Australia's armed conflicts, which provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about the history of both military and civil aviation over the years. There are always a variety of lovingly restored warbirds hangared within the museum and these aircraft often can often be seen taking to the skies in the local area.
The museum is open seven days from 9am to 3pm and included in the items on display are an Iroquis (Huey) helicopter and an F111 Crew Escape Module. Adventure flights are available in a warplane and flights extend to the Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay and encompass the Glass House Mountains, Sandstone Point, the miles-long stretch of Bribie Island beaches and the Pumicestone Passage. Scenic Flights for two or more people in a Cessna 172 are also on offer.
Devonshire Tea & Tours for groups of ten or more are welcome and museum volunteers are always on hand to provide personalised informative guided tours around the exhibits.
Tours & Rates
Drop in for a daily tour
The Historical Museum has full guided tours available by the Museum's friendly volunteers, seven days a week from 9am to 3pm.
The Caboolture Warplane Museum is not just a collection of static displays but also dynamic displays with dynamic activities. Most of the warplanes on display actually fly.
The Museum currently houses the North American T-4 Texan, a Winjeel and Gipsy Moth. The Wirraway and T-28B Trojan are hangared nearby on the airfield by Warplanes Pty Ltd and are readily available for Adventure Flights and other static display events run by the Museum. These exhibits of Australian aviation heritage are also available for commemorative flypasts on ANZAC Day and other occasions.
Adults - $10.
Seniors - $7.
Family - $25 (2 adults and 2 children).
Experiences you can enjoy:
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157 McNaught Road, Hangar 101, Caboolture,
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