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Engines Alive at Queensland Air Museum

ENGINES ALIVE @ QAM
When: Saturday, 7 April 2018
Where: Queensland Air Museum, Caloundra 

Head along to a superior display of aviation horsepower and collection of historic operational aircraft engines at the Queensland Air Museum Engines Alive on the 7th of April.

Queensland Air Museum’s operational engine and aircraft collection consists of engines ranging from 40 hp up to 1500 hp and dating back to 1930. The collection includes a fully operational CAC Wirraway aircraft and is ever-growing in number and types as more restorations are completed and added to the display.

This is your chance to inspect the engines between runs and talk to the volunteers who did the restorations.

It’s not just a day for aviation enthusiasts but a great family day. There will be heaps to see and do including browsing the aircraft displays, WW2 jeep rides, a BBQ sausage sizzle and drinks are available to purchase.

Admission: $17 Adults, $10 Children, $38 Family of 5
**Price includes regular museum display.** 

Queensland Air Museum is located at 7 Pathfinder Drive, Caloundra. It’s a great attraction to visit during your visit to Caloundra featuring Queensland’s greatest collection of Aviation history!

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*pictured: the Kiowa helicopter, now on display at Queensland Air Museum. (QAM)