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P2774 Airline ticket, 'Faith in Australia' paper, maker unidentified, Australia, 1934. Click to enlarge.

'Faith in Australia' airline ticket

This is a book of 10 aircraft tickets, each costing 10 shillings, which were used for fundraising flights piloted by the Australian aviation pioneer, Charles Ulm, in his aircraft, 'Faith in Australia'. In the early months of 1934 Ulm generously donated the free use of his plane to raise much-needed funds to complete the ANZAC Memorial in Sydney's Hyde Park.

Ulm was co-commander on a number of significant pioneering flights with Charles Kingsford Smith (Smithy) but today (2019) no longer …


Object No.


Object Statement

Airline ticket, 'Faith in Australia' paper, maker unidentified, Australia, 1934

Physical Description

Book of ten tickets (unused) valued at 10/- each for a flight in "Faith in Australia" piloted by Charles P Ulm and G U Allan, in 1934 to raise funds for the ANZAC Memorial. The ten tickets are stapled at narrow end with a thin cardboard cover. Printed endosement by Charles Ulm on back of each ticket for Castrol Oil. Tickets printed in black on pale pink cardboard.



103 mm


Credit Line

Gift of Mr & Mrs E A & V I Crome, 1968

Acquisition Date

29 September 1968

Cite this Object


'Faith in Australia' airline ticket 2023, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 31 March 2023, <>


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