Interpretive Displays

TradeCoast Central Heritage Park

On one occasion a propeller flew off, taking a big divot out of the runway on its way to disappearing into the bush.

The Eagle Farm Women's Prison and Factory trail starts with the large portal entry about 20 metres from the Interpretive Centre building at 87 Schneider Road Eagle Farm. The walking trail takes you past display panels and life size replicas of women prisoners going about their daily duties.

At the easternmost end of Amy Johnson Place another major orientation portal greets you with information and a map to guide you on the circuit. The path takes a turn to the south, towards the brick buildings of the Allison Engine Testing Stands. This is the best vantage point to see the life-size replica of a mounted engine and an engineer attaching its propeller.

A walk to the heritage-listed Hangar 7 starting from the Interpretive Centre at 87 Schneider Road Eagle Farm gives you a view of the outside of the Hangar 7 building with interpretive displays and a re-creation of the Japanese Zero's first flight over Brisbane. 

87 Schneider Road EAGLE FARM QLD 4009

Opening hours 10am - 4pm
Seven Days
Group Tours - Contact (07) 3124 7401

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