Announced on the 8th November 2014 in the NSW Tidy Towns awards for 2014, EHMAHAA was awarded a highly commended in the Population C category from the Office of Environment and Heritage, Cultural Heritage Award. Next year we aim to win first place.
The fuselage of the F-111 A8-147 arrived at Evans Head on Monday the 5th of August just as the finishing touches were being put on the Museum. Over the next four days a team of RAAF specialists expertly assembled the … Read More
Dr Brendan Nelson, Director, The Australian War Memorial, flew in on opening day from Canberra to address invited guests to the official opening of the Museum and unveiling of the F-111 A8-147. Dr Nelson spoke with World War II Veteran … Read More
Airpark proprietor Peter Lynch and his Grumman “Mallard” were on hand for opening day on the 25th creating lots of interest for spectators. Peter acted as ‘guide’ for the day giving a running commentary on the history of the aerodrome … Read More
More than a 1,000 visitors came to the Museum on Sunday morning between 9 and 12 to see the planes and exhibition materials. Centenarian Ann Scully was one of them…..you can never be too old to visit a museum! There … Read More
Volunteers from Evans Head Marine Rescue were on hand at the Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome on Sunday the 25th of August to lend a hand for parking and advice to visitors. Thanks Marine Rescue for your able assistance. Museum Manager … Read More
The huge Museum sign shown in the pix here was put up by a specialist from Brad Bishopp’s Outdoor Advertising Group late on Friday afternoon. Quite a task in the strong westerly wind but done beautifully. There is no missing … Read More
The MiG15 arrived on the 23th of August from Brisbane without its wings, a day and a half before the official opening of the Museum. The wings arrived on Saturday and the technical boys put it together on Saturday afternoon … Read More