B-24 Liberator Australia

The B-24 Liberator restoration is a memorial to all those who served with Liberators during WW2, for display in an accredited museum as part of the national collection. Their website documents the restoration of Australia's only surviving B-24 Liberator long range heavy bomber.

At this stage, the volunteers doing the restoration have acquired some 90% of the airframe and 70% of its furniture and fittings from many parts of the world and from generous benefactors.

The Fund operates under the auspices of the National Trust of Australia and all donations of money, materials and parts are therefore tax deductible. You are invited to call in and see the great restoration work being carried out on the B-24 Liberator by the many volunteers on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays between the hours of 9:30am and 3:30pm.

The restoration hangar is located on the corner of Princes Hwy and Farm Rd in Werribee. (Melways ref 205 F10.)

At the B-24 Australia site you can view photos as well as read a detailed history of the aircraft.

We really think the website is fantastic: we receive many positive comments about it. People appreciate how easy it is to find information on the site and they are also impressed with the "look".

The site has helped us get in touch with more international visitors. People who are interested in the project have used the website as a contact point for getting involved. People looking to donate B-24 artefacts/memorabilia are also able to contact us through the website.

We feel we are well looked after. Lindsay is always happy to come down to the hanger to help us update the site and give advice.

Judith Gilbert
Secretary
B-24 Liberator, Australia