Remarks: Former Royal Australian Navy aircraft. Carried codes 308/313/832/860 during its service. It last flew in 1967 when an engine failed on take from HMAS Melbourne. The flaps were damage by an emergency disposal of rocket ordinance on the wings and then further damage to the aircraft during its recovery to the carrier after missing the wires and hitting the safety barrier. Later sold on into the Camden Museum private collection.
Remarks: "BEAU-GUNSVILLE" Entered service in April 1945 and is recorded as taking part in the last operational mission of 22sqdn RAAF from Ambon in September 1945. From 1947 to 1950 the airframe was used as an instructional aid. Later sold it came into the possession of the Camden Museum of Aviation in 1965. The aircraft is still in this private collection.
Remarks: Aircraft never delivered to the ADF due to the end of WW2. Sold incomplete into private hands. The cockpit section is the only remaining part. No information is available as to what happened to the cockpit windscreen.
Remarks: "Harry's Baby" This was the last Beaufighter built by the Department of Aircraft Production (DAP) in Australia and was never completed or delivered to the RAAF due to the end of WWII. The airframe was later sold into private ownership.
Remarks: Built as registration A9-221 as a medium bomber for the RAAF. The aircraft was later converted to Mk.IX configuration as a transport aircraft (also known as a Beaufreighter) and re registered before returning to service.