Built in 1942 in the UK, this aircraft was delivered to Australia in 1943. As part of RAAF 79 Squadron, it saw service in Papua New Guinea. On the 29th August 1943 it crashed on Kiriwina Island and was transported to Goodenough Island to be repaired. It was found there in 1971 by Landgon Badger, and in 1973 it was shipped to Adelaide for four-year-long restoration at Parafield Airport. The aircraft became part of the South Australian Aviation museum exposition in 2001
"Halestorm". Flown by Sgt George Hale, RAAF 77 Sqn who, on 27th March 1953, made the only Mig kill by a Meteor in Korea. Originally built as an F8 for the RAF as WK683 but later converted to U21a for the RAAF and scrapped in 1965. VH-MBX flies today from Temora in her colour scheme.
Constructed in 1942 by Westland Aircraft Ltd, Yeovil, Somerset, UK, shipped to Australia in 1943. It became part of the RAAF's 79 Sqn at Goodenough Island and later Kiriwina Island, PNG, with Squadron code UP-O. Shipped to Adelaide in 1973, it was restored and placed on display in 2001.