Welcome to DAP Beaufort A9-141

With the dedication of our Volunteers and the financial support of our Members & Sponsors, DAP Beaufort A9-141 is being restored to flight

DAP Beaufort A9-141 Restoration

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DAP Beaufort A9-141 Restoration

An iconic Australian Warbird undergoing a Meticulous Restoration

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The Australian Aviation Heritage Centre located at Caboolture, Qld are dedicated to the restoration of DAP Beaufort A9-141, an Australian built Mk VII Bomber. The DAP Beaufort Mk VII Bomber was handed over to the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) on 29 October 1942, who assigned it the serial number A9-141. It finished its service life on 26 April 1944, seeing active service defending Australia during this time. With the dedication of a small group of volunteers and the financial support of our sponsors, Beaufort A9-141 is currently undergoing restoration to flight at Caboolture. When completed, it will be the only airworthy Australian DAP Beaufort anywhere in the world of the approximately 1,800 built for the Royal Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force. The Australian Aviation Heritage Centre (Qld) Inc. invites you to find out more about the progress of the restoration of Beaufort A9-141, its production and service with the Royal Australian Air Force. The kindness of our volunteers and the public and private donations keep this restoration project progressing.

Some of our latest Restoration Work

We have Completed some Significant Work that is Worth Sharing
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