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Benalla was another aerodrome used for basic training of pilots in WW2. They have a small collection of aircraft including the deHaviland Moth Minor, deHaviland Vampire & a Chinese Nanchang CJ-GA. Their Winjeel was away undergoing a service period. They have a deHaviland Tiger Moth...More
Wow.......what an amazing discovery (thanks to the info centre). Considering it's run by volunteers this museum has a pretty cool set up. You could spent 1/2 hour to a few hours just going through. All different varieties of planes and a war services room.
Some full size aircraft and engines. Other exhibits of varying interest unless local. If you are an aviation enthusiast and are in Benalla then worth going to but don't go a long way out of your way to get there.
We loved this museum - it's been hard to fit it in as although we are locals it has restricted opening hours This took some planning but was worth it - we had a visitor who is ex-Air Force, and was very keen for a...More
This is a small museum that I found on holiday.
Run by volunteers a couple of days a week, but wow!
The museum was in a hanger crammed with exhibits.
local aviation history, a fantastic collection of model aircraft and very friendly and knowledgable volunteers....More