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FOUNDERS STORE CHRISTMAS SALE 27 NOV – 6 DECEMBER 2020

Our Founders Store will be having its annual Christmas Sale from Friday 27 November to Sunday 6 December 2020. Our Christmas Sale includes a discount of 15% on all products in store, excluding consignment items. So if you are looking for something for Christmas or want a Qantas Centenary souvenir, the Founders Store has you […]

Founders Store Christmas Sale

Have you started your Christmas shopping yet?  Qantas Founders Museum’s Founders Store has you covered with a Christmas Sale from 22 November – 8 December 2019. The sale includes a 15% discount on all products (excluding magazines and consignment items). So start shopping by visiting our Museum’s Founders Store in person (the Founders Store is […]

Christmas Lunch Buffet

Ho ho ho and Merry Christmas everyone!!   Qantas Founders Museum will be celebrating the joys of Christmas with a Christmas Lunch Buffet on Sunday 16 December. This scrumptious buffet includes two courses with salads, a variety of meats, sides and a delicious dessert.   Cost is: $30 for an adult (12 years and over) […]

Christmas and New Year operating times

Qantas Founders Museum is open for business over the 2018/19 Summer!   Qantas Founders Museum will ONLY be CLOSED on Christmas Day and Boxing Day. We will be operating as usual on the New Years Day Public Holiday.   From 1 November 2018 – 31 March 2019, Qantas Founders Museum will operate under the following […]

Last week of the Founders Store Christmas Sale

With Christmas less than a month away, have you started your Christmas shopping??!!  Don’t worry the Qantas Founders Museum has you covered with a 15% discount on all products in the Founders Store (excluding magazines and consignment items).  The sale ends on 11 December 2018 so visit our Founders Store in person or online (https://qfom.com.au/shop/) […]

HAVE A QANTASTIC CHRISTMAS!!!

Let us share a Christmas story. Are you comfy? Then we’ll begin… Once upon a time (January 1968), Boeing sold Qantas a brand new 707-338C. It was named ‘City of Canberra’ and registered VH-EAB. Then, in August 1971, the first Qantas 747 was about to arrive. It would be called ‘City of Canberra’ so the 707 […]