The WWI History Hangar
The clubs oldest Hanger will be transformed into a museum, with the help of the Yarram District Historical Society, to commemorate the First Military Air Mission during WWI which was based out of Yarram.
Take the time to wander around and read this amazing story about the man who led this mission, Captain Frank McNamara VC, read about how he came to be honoured with a Victoria Cross and his bravery under fire.
Read about the aircraft commissioned for this mission and watch the footage of the FE2B in flight as well as the many other WWI exhibits.
Completing the first ever circumnavigation of the world by flying boat earned Michael Smith the accolade of ‘Adventurer of the Year’ in 2016. The flying boat in question is called Southern Sun and we are excited to see it on display at Yarram Centenary Of Flight on March 17th!
Michael himself be there to answer any questions about his adventures and he will have his book and DVD available to purchase too.
For further information and photographs visit his blog here!
Sale and District Aeromodellers Club - SADAC
SADAC will be displaying a collection of Aircraft Models for spectators to look around.
Good Times Motoring Club of Yarram
The Good Times Motoring Club Of Yarram are a group that formed in March 2015. It's 60 members own cars, motorbikes or trucks that are 25 years or older.
We look forward to seeing a number of classic cars displayed on the day!
Try your flying skills on the AOPA simulators! It is part of AOPA's plan to bring the thrill of flight to young aspiring aviators.
"I think all aircraft owners and pilots would agree that more needs to be done to encourage youth involvement in general aviation, if we are to see our industry revitalised," he told Australian Flying.
Retro and Rare
Artist Terry Lawrie has exhibited at the Melbourne, Sydney and Singapore Motor Shows and the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Terry is a founding member of the Australian Auto Artists.
Music by Loophole Savage
Using just the bare elements of blues harmonica, vocals and vocal percussion, song arrangements build into multi-layered audio tapestries.
Loophole uses up to 6 harmonicas in a single song to blast out everything from ACDC and Jet to Paul Kelly and Aretha Franklin ... and a whole lot else in between.