Not even the wet weather could ground the Temora Aviation Museum’s warbird fleet.
Despite having to start two hours late on Saturday, all 15 aircrafts did eventually take the skies for the full show on Saturday.
With sunny and bright conditions, Sunday’s showcase turned on much more favourable flying conditions.
Nevertheless, more than 750 visitors turned out to see the historic aircrafts over the to days.
“There are two conditions that make it difficult to fly, that’s when it’s heavily and consistently raining, or if there’s low clouds,” said Peter Harper, general manage of the Aviation Museum.
“Unfortunately [on Saturday] we did have both of those conditions working against us, but we still ended up flying after lunch.”
The showcase featured predominately World War II era planes, many with strong historic links to Temora’s flight school, which was the largest and longest serving RAAF training facility during the war.
“Some of our pilots are ex-RAAF, and some are current, then there’s a few commercial pilots and some [agriculuture] pilots too,” Mr Harper said.
“They all have one thing in common, and that is they’re experienced with flying warbirds like these.”