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CA-12
Boomerang A46-3  fuselage section at South Australia Air Museum
Boomerang A46-5  fuselage frame located in a dump at Tocumwal by Greg Batts, given Dandenong Museum, Victoria
Boomerang A46-7  pilot MacIver crashed June 6, 1945
Boomerang A46-14  pilot Byrne collided with A46-44 June 1, 1944
Boomerang A46-17  pilot Foster collided with A46-82 May 29, 1945
Boomerang A46-20  scrapped March 1955
Boomerang A46-22  pilot McDonald crashed October 2, 1943
Boomerang A46-24  pilot Littler crashed August 3, 1943
Boomerang A46-25  displayed at The Australian National Aviation Museum
Boomerang A46-30  displayed at RAAF Museum, Point Cook
Boomerang A46-31  pilot Wolf crashed September 22, 1943
Boomerang A46-32  pilot Watkins crashed December 7, 1944
Boomerang A46-43  pilot Morrison crashed January 14, 1944
Boomerang A46-44  pilot Knapman collided with A46-14 June 1, 1944
Boomerang A46-48  pilot Thompson crashed March 17, 1944
Boomerang A46-53  pilot Dawson crashed January 10, 1944
Boomerang A46-54  restored to airworthy by Greg Batts
Boomerang A46-55  owned by Ron Lee
Boomerang A46-61  pilot Armstrong MIA October 3, 1943
Boomerang "Miss Imogen" A46-63  airworthy; registered as VH-XBL
Boomerang A46-68  pilot Turnbull crashed December 27, 1943
Boomerang A46-71  pilot Wilson missing May 1, 1944
Boomerang A46-73  being restored to flying condition by Arthur Griffiths.
Boomerang A46-77  owned by Greg Batts
Boomerang A46-82  pilot Weatherson collided with A46-17 May 29, 1945
Boomerang A46-83  pilot Williams crashed May 22, 1943
Boomerang A46-85  pilot Linklater crashed May 5, 1944
Boomerang A46-87  pilot O'Brien crashed October 20, 1943
Boomerang A46-88  pilot Collier crashed July 5, 1943
Boomerang A46-92  owned Rod Proven
Boomerang A46-94  pilot Kershaw crashed December 24, 1943
Boomerang A46-97  pilot Wrightson crashed March 20, 1945
CA-13
Boomerang A46-108  pilot Jones crashed November 10, 1943
Boomerang A46-109
 pilot Salter missing November 26, 1943
Boomerang A46-111  pilot Trumper crashed October 30, 1943
Boomerang A46-112  pilot Laidlaw crashed September 6, 1943
Boomerang A46-116  pilot Paxton missing May 2, 1944
Boomerang A46-119  pilot Dann collided with A46-148 April 26, 1944
Boomerang A46-122  restored to airworthy; based at the Temora Aviation Museum
Boomerang A46-124  fuselage located at the Australian Aviation Heritage Centre in Darwin
Boomerang A46-132  pilot Munro missing November 26, 1943
Boomerang A46-134  pilot Staley crashed December 31, 1943
Boomerang A46-136  pilot Stewart force landed November 15, 1943 (fratracide)
Boomerang A46-137  pilot Buckland missing June 27, 1944
Boomerang A46-138  pilot Oliver crashed June 27, 1944
Boomerang A46-142  under restoration by Don Brown Kongwak Vic
Boomerang A46-144  owned by Lionel Long
Boomerang A46-147  owned by Nick Knight
Boomerang A46-148  pilot Hindmarsh collided with A46-119 April 26, 1944
Boomerang A46-158  cockpit section owned by Arthur Griffiths, circa 2003 broken as components to other projects
Boomerang A46-159  pilot Pugh missing May 29, 1944
Boomerang A46-165  in storage at Fantasy of Flight
Boomerang A46-166  fuselage frame remains are now with Don Brown in Kongwak, Vic
Boomerang A46-172  pilot Perry crashed May 2, 1944
Boomerang A46-173  pilot Ayre crashed May 22, 1944 wreckage recovered to Nhulunbuy Airfield (Gove)

Boomerang A46-174  stored Weeks Fantasy of Flight Museum
Boomerang A46-181  pilot Skuthorp crashed January 17, 1945
Boomerang A46-189  pilot Vernon crashed January 11, 1945
Boomerang A46-192  pilot Granger crashed November 5, 1944
CA-19
Boomerang "Milingimbi Ghost" A46-208  displayed at Zuccoli's Classic Aircraft / Aerotech
Boomerang A46-216  pilot Oxley missing February 6, 1945
Boomerang A46-249  owned by Dick Hourigan, last Boomerang built.

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May 3, 2016

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