Meet the Visionaries, Heroes, and Villains
The Aviation Museum celebrates the spirit, determination and courage of the people who founded Aviation in the centre of Australia through displays and stories. It is volunteer run and entry is by donation.
Open Wednesdays to Sundays from 11am to 3pm.
Please note: AGM will be held on site
at 3.30pm Saturday 29 April
Rolls Royce Returns
The 1920 Silver-Ghost Rolls Royce bought by the fledgling Connellan Airways in late 1939, converted to a working Ute and used to drag logs behind to smooth the ground for landing strips in the bush.
The late Senator Bern Kilgariff OAM AM cleared strips with it as a 16 year old.
This iconic vehicle, previously housed at the Alice Springs Airport, is now on display in the Heritage listed Connellan Airways hangar along with other aviation history.
All our terrific Volunteers,
and the following Sponsors
Alice Springs Town Council
Connellan Airways Trust
Alice Springs Airport
Robyn Lambley MLA
Aircraft Engineering (NT)
Josh Burgoyne MLA
Rotary Club of Mbantua
Rotary Club of Alice Springs
Rotary Club of Stuart
Garden Secrets and Designs
This new website has been built thanks to the generous support by the Australian Government’s Culture, Heritage and Arts Regional Tourism (CHART) Program.