The Camden Museum of Aviation is one of the largest privately owned collections of military aircraft in the southern hemisphere with 22 aircraft, 200 engines and other military items on display. The RAAF, Army Aviation and Fleet Air Arm collection has been restored wherever possible to taxiable, non flyable, standard. Correct wartime markings and camouflage colours have been researched with service records and photographs, whilst authentic cockpit instruments are installed and electrical, fuel, hydraulic and pneumatic systems made operable wherever possible. NEWSFLASH! There has been some speculation about the future of The Camden Museum of Aviation in a recently published article. The museum has received a number of offers of assistance from other aviation organisations, for which we grateful and there has been some discussion about possible directions forward. Some suggestions, such as relocating the collection to another site, have been put forward, but this option is not currently being considered. Our main focus is to assess, document and preserve the collection as is. Our current plan is to maintain our collection in Narellan! The Camden Museum of Aviation will be temporarily closed for maintenance until further notice — watch this site for details of our re-opening! Until then, enjoy viewing our website and please feel free to contact us if you have any comments or suggestions.