VH-ULT  de Havilland D.H.60G Gipsy Moth                     (c/n  1060)


                                          Following a couple of private owners since its first registration in August 1929, this Moth
                                          passed to the Aero Club of Western Australia in 1936.  A year later the club was accorded
                                          'Royal' status and became the RACWA.      VH-ULT is seen at Maylands, circa 1936 in the
                                          image above from the Geoff Goodall collection.   Below it is seen in this National Library of
                                          Australia collection photograph, circa 1933  with Keith and Betty Lawson of Naracoorte SA,
                                          the original owners of the Moth.     In 1939 it was operated for a few months by the Western
                                          Australia Goldfields Aero Club at Kalgoorlie before being impressed into RAAF service early
                                          in 1940 as A7-75.  After the war the airframe was used for instructional purposes by the Dept
                                          of Technical Education..  By 1964 the fuselage of  -ULT had been salvaged by the Camden
                                          Museum of Aviation in NSW, where it now hangs, painted up as A7-75,  from the ceiling, as
                                          part of the permanent exhibition.