Beverley Aviation museum

Beverley Aviation museum

136 Vincent Street

Beverley, WA 6304

Australia

 

www.beverleywa.com/sights.html

beverleywa@westnet.com.au

+61 8 9646 1555

Monday – Friday 09:00 – 16:00

Saturday 09:00 – 12:30

Sunday 09:00 – 16:00

Aircraft collection

de Havilland DH.115 Vampire T.35 A79-638, Beverley Aviation museum

A79-638

de Havilland DH.115 Vampire T.35

Mignet HM-14 Pou-du-Ciel (replica)

The Museum contains models of various fighting aircraft and modern passenger planes. There’s a Rolls Royce jet engine from a Vampire and a smaller jet engine used in the Jindivik pilotless target vehicle – the same engine used with modifications in the Maachi jet.

At the entrance you’ll see a Vampire Jet No. A79-638. This aircraft was a two-seat trainer. Australia built almost two hundred of this type – and you’ll see another on the main road near the Dead Finish Museum. You’ll also see the ‘Amana’ nose wheel which is a memorial to those who died in the Skymaster DC4 crash in 1950.