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Engines Alive | Caloundra | 22 January

22 January

Engines Alive The QLD Aviation Museum

At Engines Alive hear the noise! Feel the power! See the restored vintage engines come to life. 70+ aircraft and related displays. Lots of entertainment for all the family = loads of family fun!

The Queensland Air Museum has the largest, and most diverse heritage aviation display in Australia with 100 historically significant aircraft and aviation-related displays.

Organisers are aiming to have at least 6 engines active on the 22nd including:
  • Franklin V6, 0-335 flat 6 Helicopter engine.
  • Allison V12, V1710 120R 1943 Piston Aero Engine
  • Continental -Red Seal- 10-520-B.
  • 6 Cylinder horizontally-opposed aircraft engine.
  • Konning SD-57D. Four cylinder, two-stroke single ignition radial engine.
  • Gipsy Major. Series 1. RAAF ident No B17-C.

The Queensland Air Museum is the perfect local attraction for both aviation enthusiasts and families alike! The museum is located at 7 Pathfinder Drive in Caloundra, Queensland, and is open daily (except Christmas Day) from 10am to 4pm. The museum is not-for-profit and membership is open to anyone with an interest in aviation. The museum has no paid staff and is a great location for Sunshine Coast photo shoots, corporate events or just a fun day out with the kids!

Engines Alive is $40 for a family pass (2 adults + 3 children) or $10 per child and $20 per adult.

Scheduled engine runs:

  • Slot 1: 10.30 am
  • Slot 2: 12.30 pm
  • Slot 3: 2.30 pm
This event is dependent upon COVID restrictions on the date and weather (rain).


22 January
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Queensland Air Museum
(07) 5492 5930


Queensland Air Museum
7 Pathfinder Drive
Caloundra, Queensland 4551 Australia
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(07) 5492 5930