Recently, a young pupil from Hamilton North Primary School created this video, showing a preview of what can be seen at the Sir Reginald Ansett Transport Museum. We were so impressed with her work that we chose to upload it to our Facebook page.
How good is that!?
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We are proud to announce the release of the Ansett Airways First Flight ‘Celebrations’ DVD, comprising of footage and images taken during the 80th Anniversary celebrations in Februrary 2016. The two-DVD set showcases highlights from the festivities over the weekend and is a fantastic collector’s item.
Copies of DVD $30 each (plus $6 postage and handling).
To order, fill out our order form and follow the details provided to order your copy today.
Available now for purchase is the 80th Year Celebration video presentation that was seen at the evening function at Hamilton, Victoria on February 20, 2016.
There are three separate videos on the disk which shows about an hour of Ansett memories and images, including the Ansett International anniversary videos from September 2015 held at Bev Cowley’s Hanrahan Estate. A limited number of copies were made and are available for purchase direct from the museum.
Thanks go to Adam McMillan and Michael Jones for this fine presentation.
If you would like to purchase a copy then please contact us via email – the cost is just $25 including posting and handling. All proceeds go to the museum to help preserve Ansett’s history.
Check out the latest information on our website page for the 80th Anniversary. Bookings are now available for the dinner where you will enjoy a two course meal hosted by the Hamilton Aero Club @ the Hamilton Airport with special guest Mr Bob Ansett, son of the late Sir Reginald Ansett and a fashion parade of vintage pilot and hostess uniforms. RSVP for the dinner needs to be received by Friday 12th of February 2016.
80th Anniversary Ansett Airways First Flight Celebration
Date: 20th February 2016
Venue: Sir Reginald Ansett Transport Museum and Hamilton Airport
Activities planned on the day include:
- a Fly over
- DC-3 Visit
- Check out the Studebaker, Ansett Roadways Coach and ‘Flxible’ Clippers
- Hostess Uniforms
- Vintage Cars
- … and much much more!
Contact person: Jim Ford – 0419 734 508 (President)
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Visitors to the Ansett Museum often ask why the hostess is wearing a blind fold…can you guess why?
Why not come in and visit us these school holidays and learn all about Sir Reginald Ansett and how his amazing business was born in Hamilton!