Exciting News from Queensland Air Museum …
There’s been a lot happening at QAM during summer
‣New – the display signage project has been leaping ahead thanks to Col Campbell and his team.
Check-out the revised information available on exhibits.
‣New – Visitors will notice QR codes appearing on more and more display boards so the history of
aircraft and other exhibits can be accessed via smart phone.
‣ New – Free Wi-fi is now available all around QAM.
‣The Engine crews have been busy tuning-up for the Engine’s Alive Day on April 7.
‣ The Kiowa helicopter is on display.
‣Planning – a new Children’s area is on the drawing board and will be complete in coming months.
‣And the next Hangar Dance is on Saturday with more planned in June.
Queensland Air Museum never sits still. With more than 100 dedicated volunteers working every week
there are always new projects, always projects being completed, always a new acquisition being sought.
The QAM team really believe in their Vision “Preserving Australia’s Aviation Heritage”.
And it will all be on display at Engines Alive Day, Saturday April 7 and every other day of the year
See the website www.qam.com.au for details
Australia’s largest and best display of vintage aircraft all in one fantastic location next to the Caloundra
Airport on the beautiful Sunshine Coast.
With more than 75 historic aircraft and many other displays, QAM is the spot to spend several memorable
hours or take advantage of a visit during one of our Engine Run Days or the Open Cockpit Weekend (see
website www.qam.com.au for details)
QAM is a 100% volunteer organisation and welcomes visitors every day of the year (except Christmas Day)
Queensland Air Museum is located at 7 Pathfinder Drive, Caloundra.