Come Fly with Me

Aviation stories in Albany and beyond

Tue 3 Aug 2021

10:30am11:30am

Museum of the Great Southern

A black-and-white aerial photograph of aeroplanes in a field

Since Norman Brearley made the first joy flights in Albany in 1920, aviation and the Albany airport have always been an important part of the transport sector. From stories of a World War II airbase to early Flying Doctor missions and whale-spotting from the air, Albany has seen it all.

Presented by Malcolm Traill, Historian & WA Museum Honorary Research Associate.


Bookings: Bookings required. Call 9841 4844 to book your place

Cost: Gold coin donation

Location: The Co-op Building