VH-UIU   Avro 594 Avian IIIA                           (c/n  R3/CN/192)


                                This photo, from the Len Dobbin collection (via the Civil Aviation Historical Society archives) looks
                                like a CofA shot.  It was possibly taken on the large "Murray Downs" farming property near Swan
                                Hill, Victoria in 1929.    The owner's name A. G. Dunoon of Swan Hill is painted on the forward
                                fuselage.  It was flown for a decade at the station until destroyed by fire on 9 February 1939.  The
                                image below, from the Kevin OReilly collection, was taken  some years later when it was used to
                                give joy rides over Swan Hill in 1936 as a publicity stunt by A.G. who was the local Chrysler dealer.