The RAAF Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre will be celebrating its third anniversary with an exciting and entertaining free public open day Sunday 15 June.

It will trace back Australia’s military aviation heritage to the earliest aviators in the Australian Flying Corps, many of whom were Light Horsemen.

Visitors to the RAAF Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre will also have the opportunity to see a Vietnam-era Canberra bomber and Caribou battlefield transporter, World War 2 Boston bomber, “MASH-style” Sioux helicopter, plus memorabilia including a display commemorating the sinking of the Hospital Ship “Centaur”. They can take time out from the exhibits to enjoy brewed coffee, or tea, drinks and snacks available for purchase at the centre while listening to the excellent music of the RAAF Amberley Heritage Centre Brass and the RAAF Amberley Heritage Pipe Band.

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