1951 EAST PORT MACQUARIE, NSW 2200hrs (ENTITY)
Three teenagers encountered a ‘figure’ at 20 metres range. It had a human outline, was dressed in some sort of robe, and seemed to be floating just above the ground. It was smoky grey in colour and had no definite head features, being some two metres tall. The teenagers fled. Bill Chalker
1951 IPSWICH (AMBERLEY), QLD (NL)
Source: 1800 Freecall National Hotline Callin Code 3861 Reported 13.02.05
Ray was in the Air Force in 1951, stationed at Amberley. Whilst there, he saw lights that were explained as being ‘min-min’ lights. He also saw an object that was producing a vapour trail, at about mach 1, which then did a 90 degree turn, a tactic, he said, that is impossible for any man-made craft.
He also mentioned some sightings near Eden more than 15 years ago. These events have been on his mind for some time. AUFORN QLD
1951 HALIDON, SA (CE3/4)
A Mrs A was out rounding up cattle when she came across a landed object resting on legs. Three male figures emerged and floated to the ground. They were of normal human appearance, wearing silver suits, silver boots and a hood over their heads. She was taken willingly into the object, into a room where there were, what today, would be called computer consoles. The beings communicated with her verbally and told her things about herself they should not have known. She was then returned to the ground. Keith Basterfield 1995
FEBRUARY 1951 CENTRAL AUSTRALIA, NT (CE2 + ENTITIES)
Source: Flying Saucers Serious Business by Frank Edwards pg.169
Members of the Unmatjera tribe of Aborigines reported seeing two shiny circular objects on the ground, some 9-15 metres across. A very small man-like creature wearing a shiny suit with bulbous head, is said to have transferred from one object to the other. Both objects then took off, making a buzzing sound.
MAY 1951 SYDNEY (FAIRFIELD), NSW (NL)
Edgar Jarrold, the founder of the Australian Flying Saucer Bureau, then thirty-two year old foundry worker, saw ‘something unusual in the night sky’ over Fairfield.
"There were two of them - flying saucers I mean. They appeared as fast moving yellow lights. One followed the other. I rang the papers about it and found that many other people had seen saucers about the same time."
October.26. 1951 (NL)
The driver of a transcontinental train on the east-west line saw an object that illuminated the countryside like the full moon.