This first visit was well and truly long overdue! The opportunity presented itself due to our 10 year old grandson having a day off school, being a pupil-free day. Not only were the military and domestic aircraft beautifully set out, but there were other displays which meant something to me personally. These included references to (a) the late Wayne Blackmore, who died whilst hang-gliding at the age of 26 (b) the late Jimmy Melrose, an aviation pioneer who died at the age of 22 after a brief, but most successful career and (c) Hubert Wilkins, an unsung hero, whose feats are largely unknown to most South Australians. Memorabilia laid out by the Royal Aero Club turned out to be extremely interesting as well. My grandson seemed to be suitably impressed as well. I can highly recommend this attraction and like General McArthur, "I shall return!"
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