Temora Aviation Museum (TAM) has released an on-line survey to gauge possible methods of raising more funds.
Temora operates the largest collection of flyable warbirds and antique aircraft in Australia with the view to maintaining the nation's wartime aviation heritage.
"We are focussing on other ways for us to raise much needed funding to keep our military aviation history alive," TAM says.
"To do this we are working with Xponential Strategy to undertake research on fundraising. The collective results from the research will identify key issues and potential strategies for the Museum."
TAM expects the survey should take no longer than five minutes to complete, and guarantees participants that answers will remain anonymous and that there will be no direct request for a donation within the survey.
"Please be assured that all information you provide will be treated in a totally confidential manner, and that no identifying information will be passed back to the Museum."
The survey can be completed by following the link below, and TAM is asking that those prepared to participate do so before 15 October.