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Welcome to the Australian Gliding Museum Home Page

handoverThe Australian Gliding Museum first met as a committee on February 26th 1999. This brought together a number of kindred spirits interested in preserving older and historic gliders. These gliders are scattered all over Australia and the aim is to collect them in a safe place before they become destroyed or deteriorate beyond sensible refurbishment.

Other interesting gliding paraphernalia also is becoming available. A strong catalyst for formation of a glider museum was the discovery that an important Australian designed Schneider glider had left Australia bound for a foreign collection.

Find us on Google mapsTo join the Museum view Joining and Visiting. To make a non monetary gift view Deed of Gift.

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Australian Gliding Museum open Day and AGM


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Last Updated on Friday, 11 September 2020 16:01
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Issue 41 CoverUPDATE: All AGM Newsletters have now been added to the website. Future issues will be added, after distribution to AGM financial Members.

To see the issues currently available online, go to Newletters

Wood and Fabric Courses PDF Print E-mail
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The AGM will be running Wood and Fabric Courses.

A Fabric Covering & Wood Repair course will be held after the rally at the Bacchus Marsh airfield in the Museum buildings.

Wood Repair Course: & Fabric Course:  Dates TBA


Cost for each course is $500 and all materials and lunches are provided. Clubhouse accommodation is available.

To secure a place please contact: Jim Barton on 0419 562 213


Registration Forms:


Registration Fabric & Wood Course 2020.doc


Registration Fabric & Wood Course 2020.pdf

Last Updated on Friday, 11 September 2020 15:59
Australian Gliding Museum features the world's third oldest fibreglass glider at the 2016 Open Day. PDF Print E-mail

ComparisonOn Sunday 30th October, the Open Day, Annual General Meeting and Barbeque attracted well over 40 members and visitors. With plenty of time to enjoy the exhibits, as the weather prevented the flying program, visitors enjoyed a social and informative interlude. The Museum development continues at a rapid pace, with 58 gliders, a covered enlarged paintshop completed and continued progress towards the ultimate aim of a public museum. The Committee thanked all volunteers and members for their continued efforts in the many facets of development of the museum. A delicious barbeque and salad lunch followed, with more socialising in the delightful and stimulating museum environment through the afternoon.



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