“The Temora Aviation Museum is built on the site of the biggest and longest lasting RAAF Elementary Flying Training School during World War II. 10 EFTS was established in May 1941 and training ceased in May 1945. A total of 2,527 pilots were trained in Tiger Moths at Temora with another 111 being partially trained.
The entrance building of the Museum, is the original 10 EFTS Guardhouse. A second building has been constructed in the style of the Barracks buildings in which trainees and instructors lived. It houses a 38 seat theatre and a range of exhibits.”
Accessibility InformationMobility Information:
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"Access at the museum is excellent with step-free accessibility throughout.
Temora Aviation Museum is split into three sections, two of the three are accessible. There’s the hangar with the aircraft on display, an area with archive history and the viewing area above the maintenance hangar (this has stairs to access it).
Wide aisles make circulating throughout the museum a breeze and information noticeboards are at a good height for reading for wheelchair users.
A unisex stand-alone bathroom is available."Other accessibility information:
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