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Tarmac Days at HARS Aviation Museum
May 14 @ 9:30 am - May 16 @ 3:30 pm
The HARS Aviation Museum holds a series of Tarmac Days showing off some of the unique aircraft held at its headquarters at the Shellharbour Regional Airport at Albion Park.
The Tarmac Days are held over three consecutive days, beginning on the second Friday of each month between 9:30am and 3:30pm.
The tarmac days will be held outside the HARS hangars and will involve the static display of some of our distinctive aircraft. Members of the public will be able to board and sit in some of the aircraft including the cockpits of aircraft like our F-111C fighter bomber and Neptune submarine hunter. There will also be guided tours of the aircraft on display.
Museum is a great for kids, big and small, and there is an award winning cafe on site for Breakfast, Lunch, Coffee, Cold drinks, ice creams
Tarmac Days for 2021 will be held on 12-14 February, 12-14 March, 9-11 April, 14-16 May, 11-13 June, 9-11 July, 13-15 August, 10-12 September, 8-10 October, tba November and 10-12 December.
Admission Prices: Adult $25. Child $10. Concession $20. Family Pass $60 (Full details www.hars.org.au)
Please note that tours of our Boeing 747 are subject to weather