Queensland Air Museum

From humble beginnings to displaying 89 aircraft, the Queensland Air Museum had its beginnings in 1973 when a group of aviation enthusiasts from the Queensland Branch of the Aviation Historical Society of Australia decided to “put their money where their mouths were” and do something about preserving Australia’s aviation heritage by purchasing a Canberra bomber.

The museum didn’t have a permanent home until moving to the current site with an opening ceremony on 4 April 1987, join Sunstate Day Tour to unlock the history of Australian Aviation.

Morning tea will be served on arrival to the Queensland Air Museum prior to a guided tour of the venue. For lunch we move to the Power Boat Club on the shore of Pumicestone Passage for a hot lunch and a dessert, with views of the passage.

After a lovely lunch we board the coach for the last time and head for home.

Price per head:

  • Ex Brisbane (Gold Coast add $10p.p.)
  • 18-24 passengers $70
  • 25-35 passengers $65
  • 36-48 passengers $60
  • 49-57 passengers $55



  • Transport – Fully Equipped Coach
  • Morning Tea – Hot tea or coffee and biscuits
  • Caloundra Air Museum
  • Lunch – Caloundra Power Boat Club