VH-AHP  de Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth                  (c/n  DHA162)


                                      This Tiger, formerly A17-161, had been a sprayer with Farmair Pty Ltd until it was retired in 1965,
                                      when it was replaced by Piper Pawnees.  Geoff Goodall's shot above was taken at Jandakot in June
                                      1968.   When sold to private owners, a rudimentary conversion back to a two seater was made (as
                                      seen above) but the aircraft was badly weather beaten and in 1970 was sold to Perth TV station
                                      Channel Seven who were establishing a transport museum at their TV studios in the Perth suburb
                                      of Mount Yokine.   Geoff's shot below shows it at the Mount Yokine studio grounds in March 1970,
                                      cosmetically restored and repainted all yellow as RAAF "A17-161".   It was later installed in a newly
                                      built transport museum along with CA-28 Ceres VH-DAT restored back to a RAAF Wirraway in
                                      wartime camouflage, plus a collection of veteran cars and trucks. A change of management at the TV
                                      studio saw the museum  abandoned a few years later and this Tiger was donated to the Airforce
                                      Association Museum at Bull Creek.