Aviation museum located in Caloundra, has been established to preserve Queensland and Australian aviation history. The museum has 100 static aircraft on display plus exhibits that relate to aviation. There is also an extensive library that is available to the 350 members of the museum. Such members may, if they wish, volunteer either in the front counter area or in the restoration workshops. The Queensland Air Museum Inc was formed as a not-for-profit society in June 1974. Initially incorporated under Letters Patent, QAM was re-incorporated under the Queensland Associations Incorporation Act 1981 Section 17 on 2nd April 1998 (Incorporation Number IA19198). QAM operates to a constitution approved by the Queensland Department of Fair Trading.
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