We're moving to a new venue! - Redbank Collingwood Sports Complex home to QMHE 2015
QMHE 2015 will be held at the Redbank Collingwood Sports Complex - stay tuned for details of our 20th anniversary show at this fantastic new venue.
QMHE 2014 is over - what a weekend!
The committee would like to express its sincere thanks to all those who attended the show, the traders and our sponsors. Congratulattions to everyone who entered the Queensland Scale Model Championship, your creativity and willingness to share your work with the community is the reason QMHE continues to thrive.
Major award winners - QMHE 2014
Thank you and congratulations to everyone who participated in the Queensland Scale Model Championships. The following modellers won major awards at this year's competition, we congratulate them and thank the category sponsors:
|Peoples Choice||Verlinden||Tony Johnson||Ships Catapult|
|Committee's Choice||Verlinden||Jason Woollett||Bedford Van|
|Chief Judges Choice||Toyworld - Nambour||Danny Lapthorpe||Ta-152 H|
|Best Australian Subject||ModelArt Australia||Nathan Dillon||Waltzing Matilda|
|Best Paint Finish||Runway 13||Trent Powell||1937 Ford Hotrod "Wildfire"|
|Best Dragon Model||Dragon||Ian Cowley||LVTA-4|
|Best Trumpeter Model||Hobby One||Desmond Kwah||LAV-25A2|
|Best Tamiya Model||Tamiya||Danny Lapthorpe||Panther A|
|Best Hasegawa||Hasegawa||Ralph Riese||Curtis P-40E|
|Goodna RSL Club||Best World War One||Anthony Lund||Australian Soldier WW1|
|John Stockley Award||QMHE||AMMS|
|Modeller of the Show||EFD Simply Glues||Ralph Riese|
|Model of the Show||QMHE||Trent Powell||1937 Ford Hotrod "Wildfire"|
Download a list of all QMHE 2014 category winners
Download our QMHE 2014 media release - 9 September 2014
100th anniversary of the start of World War I - Competition
World War I (WWI or WW1), also known as the First World War, was a global war centred in Europe that began on 28 July 1914 and lasted until 11 November 1918.
QMHE will remember the start of WWI this year. Models connected to WWI (whether military vehicles, aircraft, figures or civilian vehicles of the period) can be considered for the WWI Award. To be eligible, enter your model in the appropriate compeition category and class, then indicate on your entry form that the model is a WWI subject.