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Visited the museum as part of a day ride with the VJMC, had heard about this place many years ago but never got round to visiting it til now.
Quite a diverse collection of planes, engines, parts, models including a Canberra bomber, Vampire, Heron, Mosquito...More
During a visit to the south of the Barossa, we had a few hours to spare and it was recommended that I visit this museum, given my interest in aviation. And for only $5, I couldn't pass it up.
I was pleasantly surprised. It is...More
I've been meaning to check this museum out for a while, and I wasn't disappointed. A really great and diverse collection of Australian and New Zealand WW2 and post war aircraft, also engines, various parts and memorabilia on display. Lincoln the owner is also super...More
Visiting the Barossa from NZ, we heard about this collection. We drove there in temperature around 42degC. When we found it it was closed and no one at home. We looked around the outside at the Canberra and went back to the car. As we...More
Our Probus Club called in and the owner provided a nice BBQ lunch [ note: you will need to pre-book for a lunch] . The Owner has done all the collection ,setting up and runs the aircraft museum by himself. Lincoln is passionate about aircraft...More
Lincoln Nitschke deserves a gold medal. Working virtually alone, he has put together an amazing, diverse and incredibly extensive museum of not only items relevant to Australia's aviation past, but also items relating to his family's farming heritage, transport, etc. But it is the aviation...More
It's amazing how just one enthusiast could create and maintain such a place. Air crafts, engines, models, trucks ... You name it. In addition to that, Lincoln is a good painter. You may choose something to your taste from his nice shop.
Father in law found this hidden secret, owner is passionate about history, and a wide range of technology, engineering and machinery. The collection of aviation and marine artefacts and models is well worth a visit. Great afternoon for father and son or uncles, grandparents and...More