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Volunteers needed for historic venue 

Providing aviation history as well as the thrill of flight, the Caboolture Warplane Museum has been an icon in the local area for many years. 

The museum is in need of volunteers to start immediately to assist in the daily operations of the venue.  

If you are interested in aviation or believe that keeping local history alive is important to you and our community, now is the time for you to contact the museum. 

The museum provides living history and real exhibits, which are demonstrated by people first-hand. 

Many Australians were pioneers in aviation in living memory and helped to forge a history of the conquest of distance, which was essential, particularly to outback Australia.  

Member for Longman Terry Young believes that the museum is an integral part of our community and has visited the museum on several occasions, including a warplane flight. Mr Young would love to see the museum continue to be a legacy within our community without disruption. 

If you are an individual or a group that would like to help and can provide some ‘boots on the ground’ for a few days or perhaps a few hours a week, then the venue would love to hear from you.  

Please contact the museum via their website or president Ross Parker on 0401 493 999. 


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