The Australian Aviation Museum Bankstown Inc. (AAMB) is a self-funded,” not for profit” organisation, totally volunteer manned. AAMB receives no regular funding, from any level of Government and competes with all other museums and performance groups for any Grants.
AAMB is dedicated to the preservation of Australia’s rich aviation heritage, with a collection spanning the years from biplanes to Jet fighters and include a number of “home built” aircraft.
The AAMB collection includes many Items of ephemera and memorabilia including objects that belonged to such aviation legends as Nancy Bird Walton and Harry Purvis.
AAMB also holds one of the largest collections of aviation books, magazines and manuals in Australia.
Special guests include Paul Scully-Power (Astronaut) and Tom Russell with Jack Curtis (WW2 Fighter Pilots)
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