Brief history – Queensland Air Museum.

The museum was founded in 1974 when members of the Queensland Branch of the Aviation Historical Society of Australia purchased their first aircraft, a GAF Canberra Mk 20 designated A84-225. This aircraft can be seen in our Hangar 2 at the museum.

Originally located at Kuraby Pioneer Valley Park, in June 77 when the park closed the Canberra was located to a temporary site leased at Nudgee.

The museum expanded rapidly with the addition of a Meteor, two Sea Venoms (WZ910, WZ898) and a Vampire A79-828.

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