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Aubigny: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Australian Army Flying Museum


Experience the adventure and romance of our military pioneer aviators and see the progression from "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines" to present day. Marvel at their courage and view the historic aircraft and memorabilia on display since World War I.

Visitors to the museum will see many beautifully presented aircraft with strong connections to Army aviation that have been restored to original condition. Also, there are images, video and valuable memorabilia from World War l, to current operations overseas where the Australian Army is using aviation resources.

The Museum houses replicas of the three original aircraft first flown by Military pilots in 1910-1912 being the Boxkite, Deperdussin and Bleriot.

During World War II, Number 6 Aircraft Depot was established at Oakey as a key RAAF station in the South West Pacific area. Aircraft such as Beaufort, Boomerang, Kittyhawk, Lancaster, Mustang, Norseman, Spitfire and Wirraway were serviced, repaired and test flown here until February 1946.




Museum Drive,
Swartz Barracks
Oakey, QLD, 4401

Located 12.6K from Aubigny

The Woolshed at Jondaryan


The Woolshed at Jondaryan is a wonderful place to stay or visit. Located just 40 kilometres west of Toowoomba, the Woolshed offers caravan, camping or cabin accommodation, a modern Cafe Restaurant and the Woolshed Museum. Enjoy a self guided tour through the original buildings and historic shearing shed. They have events throughout the year including an Easter Family Weekend, the Jackie Howe Festival in September and New Year's Eve at the Woolshed.

If you choose to stay at the Woolshed, enjoy easy access to the Bunya Mountains, Dalby, Toowoomba and Oakey. Open daily, admission to the Museum grounds is an additional charge upon check-in. Either stay in a self contained cabin or the pet friendly caravan park with fantastic facilities including great amenities, dump point, a coin operated laundromat, a bush kitchen with barbecues, open fire pit and refrigeration.

The Woolshed at Jondaryan is a great place to hold an event whether it's a country wedding, a conference or a birthday party! The Woolshed has a range of wedding packages available. Guests dine in the woolshed building itself and enjoy delicious meals prepared on-site.




264 Jondaryan-Evanslea Road
Jondaryan, QLD, 4403

Located 16.0K from Aubigny

Pittsworth Historical Pioneer Village and Museum


The Pittsworth Pioneer Historical Village brings to life a bygone time, The Village consists of the former Pittsworth Post Office, the telephone exchange, the post masters residence, the former one teacher school, a fully furnished cottage (circa 1900) and a blacksmith shop.

Explore working life in the early days with displays of farm machinery and cheese making equipment (Pittsworth was once home to nine cheese makers!)

There are numerous displays including clothing, lace work, early settlers hand tools, and a 1928 Austin Tourer car in original condition. Displays of memorabilia record the feats of Arthur Postle, one time Australian and world's fastest athlete. He was born in the Pittsworth district.




Pioneer Way
Pittsworth, QLD, 4356

Located 20.8K from Aubigny

Westbrook War Memorial


The WWI memorial in the small rural Darling Downs community of Westbrook is evidence of how pervasive the effect of war was on Queenslanders left behind. The popular 'Digger' statue with an honour roll was unveiled around June 1922 by federal parliamentarian LE Groom (his father William had served as the Darling Downs' first federal politician from 1901).

The memorial records that 47 local men went to war. About half of the families listed are represented by more than one member. Two families each saw four of their men go off to war. Westbrook community mourned the loss of 10 lives.

The 4.2 metre monument, a life-sized soldier statue standing on a pedestal, was designed and produced by Bruce Brothers of Toowoomba.

Once, the memorial stood in an open field. Today, development around it finds it adjacent to Westbrook's public hall.




114 Toowoomba Road
Westbrook, QLD, 4350

Located 24.2K from Aubigny

Aubigny: Events

The Jackie Howe Festival of the Golden Shears


The Jackie Howe Festival of the Golden Shears is an iconic three day event celebrating the sheep and wool industry of the Darling Downs. The festival is held on the grounds of the original Jondaryan Woolshed and recreates the life of shearers and their families during the 1890's. Relive the 1890's period of Australiana complete with a family day out of shearing competitions, delicious food, family activities and entertainment, steam-powered shearing stands, and a re-enactment of the Woolshed in its heyday with elevated viewing platforms right amongst the shearing action.

The black tie Gala Banquet and Runway to Runway Fashion Show is held on the Friday night within the Woolshed building itself. Enjoy a delicious three course meal and a world class fashion show presented by Colleen Cuneo showcasing the best of Australian designers.


Event Dates
2016
      2nd Sep
      3rd Sep
      4th Sep


264 Jondaryan-Evanslea Road
Jondaryan, QLD, 4403

Located 16.0K from Aubigny

Westbrook Family Fun Day


Come and celebrate with their 4th biennial Family Fun Day in Westbrook, Queensland. The event draws local, and regional families, vendors and business to showcase products, businesses, and activities, while providing an affordable event for families.

Numerous rides, interactive programs, interactive skate activities, musicians and performers will be involved. Food vendors, coffee stalls, local goods, and products will be available for sale.

This is the 4th event in the Community and has shown growth and success with the development of interactive programs, local performers and supported by local industry.


Event Dates
2016
      11th Sep


Barwick Street
Westbrook, QLD, 4350

Located 24.3K from Aubigny

Aubigny: Travel Tips

Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport


The gateway to Toowoomba and Southern Queensland, Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport is Australia's first privately-funded public airport and the first public airport to be built in Australia in 50 years. Hailed as a game changer for the region, the airport has been developed by Wagners, an Australian family-owned Toowoomba-based company providing construction and infrastructure materials and services across the globe.

Qantaslink operate twice daily services to Sydney on a Wellcamp centric schedule. Rex joins the lineup of airlines operating from the airport in January, with services to Western, and North Western Queensland. With a strong commercial proposition, Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport looks forward to welcoming other tails on the tarmac in the months and years to come.

The airport's 2.87 kilometre runway is capable of handling aircraft up to the size of the 747, and is ideally positioned to service freight charters from within Australia, to Asia and beyond. The state of the art terminal is designed to welcome up to 1 million passengers per year and is the second largest regional airport terminal in Australia. Designed with the future in mind, the terminal includes 10 check-in desks with bag-drop facilities, self-serve kiosks, car hire desks, retail and dining options.




Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport
Toowoomba, QLD, 4350

Located 15.8K from Aubigny

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