The Temora Aviation Museum is an Australian aerospace museum located in Temora, New South Wales. The Museum was established in late 1999, based on the collection of warbird aircraft owned by David Lowy. Lowy remains the President of the Museum, which is overseen by a seven-member Governing Committee.
The Museum is home to many historic military and civilian aircraft that range from the World War II era to the Vietnam War era and holds Flying Weekends (normally once approximately every six weeks) to display its operating aircraft.
The Museum often hosts visits from Royal Australian Air Force combat aircraft such as the F/A-18 Hornet and F-111 Aardvark, and other historical aircraft as well.