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Temora Air Force Centenary Showcase - Sat, 6 Mar 2021

Event details

The Temora Air Force Centenary Showcase will include displays from more than 50 aircraft.

2021 is a significant year, marking the centenary of RAAF, as well as the 20th anniversary of the Temora Aviation Museum, and this air show will be a celebration of both!

Due to COVID restrictions, tickets are currently limited to 3,000 a mix General Admission and Premium Tickets.

Event Times

Gates Open 830am, flying starts approximately 11am

Flying ends approximately 4:00pm, gates close 4.30pm

Aircraft you will see on the day.

The RAAF Historic Flight fleet will be displaying, along with visiting aircraft, including:
BT-13, CAC Winjeel, Cessna O-1 Bird Dog, Consolidated PBY Catalina, DHC Caribou, Grumman Avenger, Hawk 127, Lockheed C-130, P-40 Kittyhawk, P-51 Mustang, PAC CT/4, PC-21 Roulette & T-6 Texan.
Serving RAAF aircraft are the C130, Hawk and PC-21 and F35.
We will have a combination of static and aerial displays, as well as flypasts!

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I was trying to find the date for this event - but then realised it was in small print under the title. It needs to be in the text, to be more prominent.


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5 hours ago, onetrack said:

I was trying to find the date for this event - but then realised it was in small print under the title. It needs to be in the text, to be more prominent.


Agreed.... Thew system must have an edit time line.... looks like I have missed this.  Great point for the next time  .. Thanks :)

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The RAAF’s No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School (No 10. EFTS) was the largest and longest surviving of WWII, with around 10,000 personnel and 2400 pilots passing through by the time it closed in 1946.




Temora Aviation Museum is seeking the relatives of around 10,000 personnel who trained at Temora from 1941 to 1946 in order to invite them to reconnect with Temora Aviation Museum and learn more about their family history.


No. 100 Squadron RAAF has been reformed for the Royal Australian Air Force’s (RAAF) centenary year. The squadron’s return to the sky after a 75-year absence comes with a new name – the Air Force Heritage Squadron. It will will fly heritage aircraft, including Mustangs, Spitfires, Sopwith Pups and Tiger Moths, from two locations: RAAF Base Point Cook in Victoria, and Temora.


No. 100 Squadron is steeped in history, having raised, in early 1942, from the remnants of a British unit No. 100 Sqn (RAF), destroyed in the Malayan Campaign , and was named in that unit's honour. Despite this link, No. 100 Squadron RAAF was an Australian squadron throughout its existence and considered to be separate from its British namesake. From its bases in Queensland and Papua New Guinea, the air force bomber and maritime patrol carried out torpedo and level bombing sorties against Japanese targets in the Pacific theatre of war, including the famous Battle of the Bismarck Sea in March 1943, before disbanding in August 1946.


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Great Day yesterday... not tooooo hot.  The aircraft displays continued one after the other, spitfires, P40, Caraibou, Planes from WWI to today, including the F35

The anouncer was fantastic, great information and very interesting kept you chatting about a few of his insights... Definately on my to do for next year.\















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