Hangar No.7 Wartime Secrets
How the Allies beat the all powerful Zero.Discover more
Convict Women’s Prison and Farm
Genuine convict artefacts found on site.Discover more
Allison Engine Testing Stands
Keeping the Allies' warbirds in the air.Discover more
TradeCoast Central Heritage Park Interpretive Centre is at the heart of three heritage sites here at the location of Brisbane’s former Eagle Farm Airport at 87 Schneider Road Eagle Farm. The Interpretive Centre is open from 10am to 4pm weekdays. Entry is free. Parking is available via Backhouse Place, at the southern end of the park, and Amy Johnson Place, at the northern end.
The Heritage Park also features walking trails and outdoor interpretive displays for the heritage-listed convict era Women’s Prison and Factory Site, the World War Two Allison Engine Testing Stands and Hangar 7, the igloo-shaped building to the south west of the park where diligent intelligence work on Japanese aircraft cracked the secrets of the Zero fighter plane, giving the Allies ascendancy in the air over the Pacific.
To learn more about visiting TradeCoast Central Heritage Park, its heritage sites and interpretive displays, please explore our website including information about our self-guided audio walking tours.
TradeCoast Central Heritage Park Interpretive Centre is at the heart of three heritage sites.Discover more
Prison and Factory
The Convict Women’s Prison and Factory is at the centre of TradeCoast Central’s heritage trail.Discover more
Behind the barbed wire fence, Hangar No.7 evokes a time when Australia was under threat.Discover more
The heritage-listed testing stands were built by the U.S. 81st Air Depot Group in November 1942.Discover more