A visit to the excellent Queensland Air Museum at Caloundra this week revealed a couple of former NZ aircraft on display.
The first is the Transavia PL12 Airtruk ZK-CWX which was originally imported new to NZ back in September 1968, and then exported back to Australia as VH-HSB in December 1988. Withdrawn from service in July 2006 the airframe was donated to the Museum who created a hybrid display aircraft using the fuselage and wings of VH-HSB, and tail booms from another PL12, VH-TTV.
Interestingly they chose to complete it as ZK-CWX with Barr Bros Ltd titling.
Also with Kiwi connections is the GAF N22B Nomad VH-BFH which spent 2 years with Stewart Island Air Services as ZK-SAL between 1981 and 1983, before returning to Australia as VH-BFH again. It was donated to the Museum in September 1990
The Museum has an extensive civil and military collection, and is well worth a visit if you are in the area.