A20-649 was retired from RAAF service in 1958 and sold to Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation for conversion to a Ceres cropduster. This did not happen and it went to the RAAF Museum, although not owned by it. -649 became the basis of a warbird project (VH-WIR was reserved). The project was not completed and it was sold to the Fantasy of Flight Museum in Polk City, Florida where it was damaged in a hurricane. Subsequently, another Wirrway became VH-WIR (c/n CA16-1104). Photographer not known.
At the time of the photo, A3-22 was on loan to the RAAF Museum at Point Cook. It was owned by the Moorabbin Air Museum (now Australian National Aviation Museum) and in 2018 still is. A3-22 is under restoration for static display at Moorabbin airport. Prior to the museum acquiring it, it had been VH-ALV until damaged in a take-off accident at Braeside, near Melbourne on August 26, 1968. Photographer not known. Scanned from the original colour transparency.