Australia has one of the most varied collections of classic aeroplanes in the world. There are representative types of most of the great piston engined fighter aircraft of World War Two, as well as jets from the former Warsaw Pact countries and a good selection of pre-war civilian types. Australia's Warbird movement is dedicated to keeping them flying. In this third film, the successor to Spitfire Over Australia and Curtiss Kittyhawk, Jeff Watson looks at a selection of warbirds, either flying or preserved in a static condition. Aircraft Featured are CAC Boomerang, CAC Sabre, CAC Mustang, Hawker Sea Fury, North American T28 Trojan, North American Harvard, Cessna A37, PZL Iskra, Mig 15 UTI, Fiat G-59, BAC Jet Provost and Beech Staggerwing. Non flying aircraft include the Australian War Memorial's Messerschmitt 262, 163 and 109G.