COVID-19 delays restoration of Southern Cross replica at HARS but it should be flying by the end of the year

Greg Ellis
By Greg Ellis
Updated May 27 2020 - 11:18am, first published May 25 2020 - 9:35am
Aviation history: Early tests on the almost complete replica of the Southern Cross II on the tarmac outside the HARS Museum at Shellharbour Airport after eight years of restoration. Picture: Supplied by HARS

The final testing phase in the restoration of a full scale flying replica of Australia's most famous aircraft has been delayed by COVID-19.

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Greg Ellis

Greg Ellis

Business Editor

Almost four decades in electronic, print and digital media. A writer, presenter, emcee, photographer and videographer with degrees in business management, marketing and human resources and tertiary qualifications in photography.