Warbirds return to Princess Royal Fortress

Published on Monday, 13 December 2021 at 10:43:12 AM

Explore the militarised skies of Great Britain, Japan, Germany and more at the Princess Royal Fortress exhibition Warbirds; Aircraft of the Second World War.

This unique exhibition returns to the Princess Royal Fortress with more than 65 model aircraft, each hand-built and painted by Kendenup resident John Wilson.

Princess Royal Fortress Curator David Theodore said he was pleased to have the opportunity to redisplay the exhibition over the busy tourist season.
“The models take visitors on a journey to their own childhood, when they may have made similar model replicas,” he said.

“That sense of nostalgia while in the historical site of the Princess Royal Fortress makes for a unique exhibition.”

Warbirds; Aircraft of the Second World War is a free exhibition, and will be available for viewing from 1 December 2021 in the West Wing of the Married Quarters of the Princess Royal Fortress, between 9am and 4pm.

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