Avro Anson Restoration Project
Come and take a guided tour of the restoration of an Avro Anson, our latest project at the B-24 Liberator Memorial Australia museum in Werribee. Learn how the Anson's history connects us to Australia's World War II aviation history.
The Avro Anson is a British two-engine aircraft used by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) during World War II. The RAAF operated a total of 1028 Ansons between 1936 and 1955. Thanks to a generous gift from RAAF History and Heritage Amberley and to the acquisition of Anson components from a private collector in South Australia, our group has made rapid progress with this restoration.
During your visit learn more of our aviation history, particularly during World War II.
The B-24 Liberator Memorial Australia has a B-24 Liberator almost completely restored. We also want visitors to see aircraft on which future pilots of Liberators trained. With work now progressing well on an Avro Anson, there are two such aircraft in the workshop/museum, the other being an Airspeed Oxford.
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