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Restoring Australia's
only surviving
B-24 Liberator

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Museum Reopening

Follow the easing of Covid restrictions, the B-24 Liberator hangar and museum will reopen on Tuesday 2 November 2021, with the following restrictions in place:

  1. Volunteers and Visitors will need to check in with the new QR Code on entry and must provide proof of double vaccination to be allowed entry.
  2. Face masks will be compulsory indoors, and social distancing must be practised at all times.
  3. If anyone feels unwell, they must not attend until they are tested for Covid and have a negative result.

Please be aware that severe penalties apply for any breach of these requirements, both for the individual and the venue.

Welcome to

B-24 Liberator

Memorial Australia Inc.


Virtual tour by Barney Meyer and Mark Hassed from hiddenmelbourne.com.au

This is the only remaining Liberator in the Southern Hemisphere and is one of only eight still existent in the world.

This intricate restoration work is proceeding in one of the impressive World War II hangars on the old Werribee airfield - just outside Melbourne in Victoria. It is our intention to eventually have the airframe completely restored.