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Warbirds Downunder, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest Warbirds Airshow, will return to Temora Aviation Museum in New South Wales in 2021.
The Warbirds Downunder Airshow has confirmed next year’s event will be held in March.
2021 will mark the fifth edition of this huge celebration of Australian aviation history. The two-day Airshow is jam-packed with action, both in the air and on the ground. Here’s a guide to everything you need to know.
Your guide to Warbirds Downunder
The largest working collection of Warbirds, housed at Temora, will take to the skies at this March, as well as a large number of aircrafts from private collectors, coupled with the Royal Australian Air Force’s latest aviation technology.
The unique program at the Airshow will offer the best in Australian military and aviation from past, present and future.
What is on display at Warbirds Downunder 2021?
Both days are filled with a curated program of historical warbird flight. The lineup of aircrafts will be announced closer to the event, with many rare and unique former and current military aircrafts sure to amaze.
In total, over 70 aircrafts will be taking to the skies each day as part of the flying display, including the Temora collection of warbirds:
- The world’s only flying Lockheed Hudson Bomber
- Two of the only flying Spitfire’s in Australia
- The last RAAF Fighter Aircraft involved in air-to-air combat in the Korean War
- The world’s newest fully restored Dragonfly ground attack jet
- Australia’s oldest airworthy Tiger Moth
- One of only two flying Boomerang’s in the world
- Once restored, the only flying Canberra Bomber in Australia
What else is happening?
Around the Airshow will be a range of activities for young and old, keeping everyone entertained across the whole weekend.
You will, of course, be treated to fixed aircraft and military displays. You can also witness the Unsung Heroes share their stories on the big screens. There is a Veteran’s Retreat, as well as a Kids’ Zone.
Treat yourself to brilliant food and wine, as well as some ‘ole time music and entertainment across both days.
Warbirds Downunder 2020 will take flight on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 March at Temora Aviation Museum, NSW. Tickets are on sale at Ticketmaster.com.au.