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Queensland Air Museum acquires, restores and maintains a collection of 75+ historically significant aircraft and related aviation displays at a 2 hectare site opposite the Caloundra Airport on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. The display has gown from...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
7 Pathfinder Dr, Caloundra, Queensland 4551, Australia
We visited the museum on very rainy wet day . The volunteers were very friendly and engaging. The variety of aircraft was impressive and surprisingly kept both my children engaged. We had a very interesting and enjoyable visit.
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QLDAirMuseum, Public Relations Manager at Queensland Air Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 2 July 2018
Today I had the pleasure of visiting the Queensland Air Museum in Caloundra, QLD. it's a good old fashioned volunteer run museum with a great many exhibits and 75 plus planes showing the aeronautical history of Australian civil and military history. Amazing to sit in...More
QLDAirMuseum, Guest Relations Manager at Queensland Air Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 29 June 2018
Don't forget our Open Cock[pit Weekend next weekend, July 7 & 8...
Brought my 7-year son to the museum on a lazy Sunday afternoon. He was so excited seeing the wise selection of classic propeller and jet engines planes. There were also a few helicopters on display too. There were only a handful of visitors at the...More
QLDAirMuseum, Public Relations Manager at Queensland Air Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 8 June 2018
Thanks for your review. These are appreciated by our volunteers. Our next 'big' event is OPEN COCKPIT WEEKEND July 7 & 8.
It was a damp day,so a good place to visit, as many of the planes are under cover. The volunteers were happy to talk about the displays. For what it is, a small affair in comparison to some, it's interesting and well worth a visit.More
QLDAirMuseum, Public Relations Manager at Queensland Air Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 22 May 2018
Thanks for your review. I should point out, if you have visited larger aircraft or other museums elsewhere, they are all government supported. QAM is fully self-funded through visitor fees and occasional member contributions when a major acquisition is made. All restoration works are completed...More