AEROSPACE HERITAGE QUEENSLAND (AHQ)
|visits since 31 August 2008|
Aerospace Heritage Queensland (AHQ) was formed with the assistance of the Queensland Government Department of State Development to provide a single voice to Government on aviation heritage matters and to co-ordinate aviation heritage projects within Queensland. AHQ is an amalgamation of several of this State’s present aviation and military museum/collection bodies. Its aim is to effect a Brisbane showcase for its members’ parent displays.
AHQ has recognised the public access benefits and promotional possibilities available for its member museums participating in the Eagle Farm Community Heritage Centre Project (EFCHC) located in Hangar 7 at the old Eagle Farm Airfield. This community heritage centre will provide an education and promotion focus point for aviation heritage within the main population centre of Queensland.
The Eagle Farm Aviation Society Inc. (EFAS) has been formed to progress the Eagle Farm Community Heritage Centre Project (EFCHC) in Hangar 7 with the Brisbane City Council, the current owner of Hangar 7. EFAS is working to secure the relevant lease for the hangar. EFAS will be responsible for the day to day management and operation of the Eagle Farm Community Heritage Centre Project (EFCHC) in Hangar 7.
|ATAIU - Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit||AHQ - Aerospace Heritage Queensland||EFCHC - Eagle Farm Cultural Heritage Centre|
|Eagle Farm Airfield||Eagle Farm Women' Prison and Factory||Allison Engine Testing Stands|
Japanese Aircraft rebuilt in Hangar 7 at Eagle Farm by the ATAIU
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This page first produced 31 August 2008
This page last updated 26 May 2012