The RAAF Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre is having a public open day with a difference this weekend.
A motoring theme will see a line up of more than 15 immaculate Jaguars as well as customised vehicles from the Kustoms of Australia Car Club.
The wheels will add to the line up of wings including the F-111 strike bomber, Douglas Boston light bomber, Lockheed Electra, Bell Sioux helicopter and Iroquois ‘Huey’ gunship and many more.
The Amberley Brass Band will be on show and representatives from the Australian Air Force Cadets will be available to discuss their program.
Due to RAAF security requirements, all visitors over the age of 16 must provide photographic identification and have their identification details recorded as part of the conditions of entry.
The RAAF Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre is open this Sunday, 16 February, and then on the third Sunday of each month, between 9am and 3pm.
Access is via the Back Gate located on Behm’s Road off the Old Toowoomba Road up until 2pm.
Visitors who arrive at the main entrance on Southern Amberley Road will be directed to go back through Ipswich and access via the back gate.
Admission is free and photography is welcomed.
An F-111 strike bomber is on display. Image: Defence