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Orion aircraft has arrived

The RAAF Orion P-3C surveillance aircraft A9-752, has arrived safely at Lismore airport, on Sunday 9th December, and is now parked in the General Aviation area. This ended its final flight, from RAAF base Edinburgh, South Australia. It will be officially handed over to the Museum this Sunday 16th, and in the New Year, will be partially dismantled for transport to Evans Head. Photo – Ken Duplock














Museum acquires original Dickenson hang glider

An item of local and world aviation significance has been donated to the museum collection. It is the third in a series of gliders made by John Dickenson and flown at Grafton. His first two craft are no longer in existence. His design incorporated a suspended seat and a triangular frame which allowed the craft to be controlled in both pitch and roll/yaw by weight shift. Dickenson is recognised as one of the pioneers of the modern hang glider.

(photos and donation story to come)


AGM held, results of committee elections

The Annual General Meeting of the Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome Heritage Aviation Association was held at the museum on Saturday December 8th.

The committee elected is –

President            Rod Kinnish

Vice President    John Gosper

Secretary            Elsepth Berger

Treasurer            Donella Kinnish

Museum Manager    Ken Duplock

Deputy Museum Manager   Phil Lacey

Maintenance Manager  Shane Rochford

WH& S Manager    Joel Carruthers

Deputy Maintenance Manager/Infrastructure Manager   Ron Taaffe

Membership Manager   Simon Griffiths


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