VH-RGU vanished on a flight from Weipa to Aurukun on April 2, 1975. While the wreckage was not found, the body of the pilot, who was the only person on board, was found on a tidal flat 5km from Aurukun. -RGU was named after the Rev. Bill MacKenzie, who ran the Aurukun mission from 1924 to 1965.
The first UK-built Concorde displaying at the 1971 Woodford Air Show. 002 in its c/n denotes the second airframe built in the joint programme and 13520 is the BAC c/n in the old Bristol Aeroplane sequence, as the aircraft was built at Filton.
VH-DHK was briefly registered in 1960 before going to New Zealand as ZK-BZP. It returned to the Australian register September 1961. After its career with the health service, it was used by the CSIRO for research until withdrawn from use in 1984. It has been preserved.