Detailed historical information. A well developed site that continues to grow. Friendly and knowledgeable staff.
This site caters for all ages. New works on- site to preserve the history of QANTAS. Interactive display. With on-site restaurant with Australian favourites.
TripAdvisor review – Visited October 2019
27 October 2019
Well worth the visit
Must do if in Longreach
You can’t go to Longreach without visiting the birth place of Australia’s Best Airlines. Plenty of artefacts relating their history. For extra money you enter a 747 & 707 and can do a wing walk you could easily spend 3 to 4 hours here. A Bonus is at the moment they hosting a Art Exhibition until the end of May called ‘Colours of the Outback’ by artist Donna Rivers. Must see.
TripAdvisor Review – visited November 2018
Would have loved to spend more time here and had the opportunity to walk through the big Boeing 747. Was a great recollection of history of not just the planes, but motor vehicles and the people that lived there. Fantastic flight simulator for the kids (small and large) to play with to have an idea of what it’s like to fly. Interactive kids area/zone as well so they can be occupied while you check out all the old Qantas uniforms, games and many other points of interest.
Really enjoyed this museum
This is a great museum to learn about the history of Qantas and really see a 747 jumbo up close and also a DC3 and the old 707. We enjoyed our visit
Amazing historical educational experience
My son aged 5 and I visited the museum. It was wonderful in every way. To see how Qantas embraced aviation and developed into the mainstream airline i is today is a wonderful experience.
The simple simulator for kids was great.
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