The Wonga was a single engine, high wing
monoplane designed by L.J.R. Jones and built during
1929-30. Some sources
indicate it was built from the remains of the Boulton & Paul P.9
it bears little resemblance to that aircraft.
The rare shot above is from the
plate negative archives (via the NLA) and the caption indicates the
for a Trans Tasman flight. It flew successfully
for about 100 hours of testing, but
unfortunately crashed during a one
such test flight at Quaker's Hill, NSW on 16 June 1932. It
appears that the aircraft was flying very low in bad weather at the
time, and loss of control due
was given as the cause of the crash. Both pilot and
passenger were killed.