The Cessna 182RG is quite popular with about 80 currently on the register.
Scrapped in Brisbane 1970. The nose section was saved and is now a travelling exhibit with the Queensland Air Museum.
Crossing the rainbow.
De Haviland's Gypsy Major engine. This unit was actually manufactured by General Motors Holden during WWII.
The edge of the caldera of Mt Warning in the far north of NSW. To the left in the middle distance is the town of Murwillumbah and beyond is the Pacific Ocean.
The development of Western Sydney finally caught up with Hoxton Park Aerodrome and it closed permanently on 15 December 2008. The runway was dug up and permanently destroyed on 16 December 2008. A... (more)
This aircraft is normally based in Alice Springs. Manufactured in 1995 for the RFDS. The Central Operations Section now operates 11 PC12's also based at Port Agusta and Adelaide.