The Caboolture Warplane Museum is dedicated to the preservation and display of Australian wartime aviation history. Take photos of anything that interests you and we’re happy to snap you or your family sitting inside the cockpit of a Bell HU-1 Iroquois (nicknamed "Huey") helicopter in the Taylor Monoplane. We also host photo opportunities for your club, car club, or special interest groups.
Uniforms, Bren Gun Carrier, Bofors Gun, operating searchlight, Taylor Mono Plane, F111 Aircrew Escape Module, full-sized Iroquois Helicopter, jet and radial engines, WWI & WWII memorabilia, model airplanes, C47, music, movies and animation movies for kids.
Daily museum tours, personal tour guides, adventure flights, photo shoot opportunities, wheels and wings events, movies in the theatrette.
$10.00 (16-60 years)
$5.00 (Ages 5-15)
Seniors and Concessions $7.00
Children under 4 years
Allow an hour or more for your personalised tour and exploration through the models room. There's often field activity with helicopters and fixed wing aircraft taking off.
Supplying various cans of soft drink and water.
Caboolture is about 30 minutes north of Brisbane on the Bruce Highway. Take the Bribie Island Exit 152 off the highway, turn left at the lights into Aerodrome Road. Approximately 700 metres the road veers to the right, follow McNaught Road about 200 metres, turn left into Eagle lane. The museum resides to the left of Eagle Lane in Hangar 101.
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We are not equipped with baby changing tables or a mother's room.
To the children and teenagers
We showcase vital parts of Australia’s history, particularly aviation during the last century. We show what their fathers and grandfathers experienced in building a proud tradition based on the highest standards of efficiency, expertise and courage.
We display vividly, authentic stories and episodes of history which you may have possibly heard something, but often not the full story.
To the Veterans
We offer a journey into nostalgia, continually evidenced by the faraway look in the eyes of a former member of an aircrew as he silently gazes at a photograph or a model, or sits quietly in a cockpit.
9.00am to 3.00pm
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