Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome Heritage Aviation Museum
The Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome Heritage Aviation Museum offers visitors numerous heritage displays and hands-on experiences of our local military and aviation history. The main displays are the RAAF F-111 Bomber and a Caribou Transport aircraft.
Walk up into the Caribou cargo hold and through to the cockpit and experience the emotions of soldiers as they were preparing for parachute drops into combat during the Vietnam War.
Explore the military history through the Canberra Bomber, the Russian Mig15 fighter and many other exhibits including the WWII Link Trainer and the fully instrumented cockpit of the original B2 Canberra Bomber. The Arvo Anson MG422 is the most complete example in Australia of an aircraft used by the RAAF during WWII.
The museum is open Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 4pm. Tour group appointments can be arranged by calling 0411 378 998 or visiting www.ehmahaa.org.au.