The Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) is again this year supporting the Lawrence Hargrave memorial schools kite flying day held at Stanwell Tops. This annual event attracts many school children and is historically significant to the region and an important part of Australian aviation heritage.
This year the HARS fleet of aircraft, supported by Shell Aviation Australia, will fly off the coast at 500 feet parading north and south to support the commemorations being held on Stanwell Park Beach at 1 pm on Wednesday 12th November.
The aircraft expected to be in the fly-past will be the famous WWII Catalina flying boat, a Neptune submarine hunter, the famous Gooney Bird of WWII and the equally famous Caribou transport aircraft of the Vietnam era.
You can see the aircraft on the ground at the Open Days the following Friday 14th Saturday 15th Sunday 16th Nov between 10 and 3 pm each day.