propellor, 2 blade, 1.8m diameter, Cheetah X-370 engine. From November 1940, the Royal Australian Air Force received 391 Oxford I and IIs from RAF contracts for use in Australia.
propellor. The Avro 504 was a WW1 biplane. The engine was possibly either a Gnome or a Le Rhone rotary engine.
propellor, 2 blade wooden, 2.7m diameter, Sidderley Puma 240hp engine.
deHavilland DH-82 Tiger Moth
propellor, 2 blade, 1.9m diameter, DH Gipsy Major 130hp engine.
propellor, 2 blade 'Watts', 3.23m diameter, Rolls Royce Kestrel engine.
propellor, 2 blade, wooden, 2.7m diameter, Le Clerget Rotary engine.
propellor, 2 blade, wooden, brass tipped,2.24m diameter, Gnome Monosoupape engine. SAAM has a running Gnome engine c.1914 on display in Hangar 1.
Supermarine Seagull 111
propellor, 4 blade, laminted wood, 3.06m diameter, Napier Lion engine. In 1925, the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) ordered six Supermarine Seagull III aircraft, fitted with a Napier Lion V engines. The aircraft were freighted to Australia arriving in mid-1926 with the first test flight conducted in June of that year. A further three aircraft were ordered in 1927. The Seagulls were normally located at RAAF Base Point Cook, Victoria but were used on the sea plane carrier HMAS Albatross.
propellor, possibly from a Westland Wapiti aircraft.
propellor. West Australian Airlines operated two Vickers Viastra aircraft from 1931-1934.