Restoring Australia's only surviving B-24 Liberator long range heavy bomber.
For an inspirational insight into the production of the aircraft, copy and paste the following URL: http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/15654030/1604819366/name/bomber_plant.wmv
On Saturday, 16th May, 2015, a special pop-up exhibition was held at Werribee, in the World War II hangar - the home of B-24 Liberator Memorial Australia Inc, - to commemorate this great post-war effort.
The theme was: “They Couldn’t Get Home Quick Enough”; B-24 Liberators and the Repatriation of POWs 1945.
It was the latest B-24 WW2 information display focusing on the use of the B-24 to transport POWs home after WW2. To read more go to "POW Pop-up Exhibition".
You are invited to call in to see the great restoration work being carried out on the B-24 Liberator by the many volunteers on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays between the hours of 9:30 AM and 3:30 PM.
For visiting details, please go to the Restoration Work Visits page.
For all the details, please go to the Can You Help? page. Then, scroll down a little to find the Membership section.