About Queensland Air Museum

Queensland Air Museum (QAM) is run entirely by volunteers, driven by the passion that is encompassed in the vision statement of “Preserving Australia’s Aviation Heritage”. Over 94 historically significant aircraft have been sourced, restored, rebuilt, maintained and displayed to the public by QAM volunteers for almost 45 years. To date, the museum is the largest and most diverse aviation museum in Australia, with a focus on Australian Aviation history through ongoing acquisitions and restoration of historically significant aircraft.

Latest Events

Inside the Lockheeds

QAM will be opening the 3 Lockheeds:– Ventura– Neptune– OrionOn April 10 and 11 at 10am.This is a great opportunity to see the great work being done by the Conservation and Restoration teams.This activity will...

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Inside the Orion

January 9 and 10, 2021 will be a one-off opportunity to see what makes the Orion one of the RAAF’s most serviceable aircraft. Our specialist Orion crew will be on hand to show the many...

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