Dickson Dazzles: Canberra’s Original Aerodrome (1924-1926)
AboutBOOKED OUT - ADD YOUR NAME TO THE WAIT LIST Discover the incredible stories of those magnificent men in their flying machines, as we approach the Centenary of Canberra’s original Aerodrome.
Join heritage researcher Jane Goffman for an insider’s tour of the suburb’s many unsolved mysteries. Visit the centrepiece of the Aerodrome’s landing ground, now the site of an aviation memorial.
Learn about the earliest fatal air crash in the new Capital Territory, its victims and its ploughman hero. See where once famous pilots flew their extraordinary biplanes, carrying out important survey missions and launching new ways of doing business.
This walk covers a circuit of approximately 2 km over a pedestrian path beneath shady trees, returning via footpaths and the cycle path.
A Canberra and Region Heritage Festival event - by the National Trust (ACT) /Canberra and Region Heritage Researchers/Dickson Residents Group
Dickson Baptist Church
133 Cowper St, Dickson ACT