Welcome to the RAAF Museum. Housed at Point Cook (near Melbourne), the birthplace of the Australian Flying Corps and the Royal Australian Air Force, the museum tells one of Australia's most important aviation stories, that of the second oldest air force in the world.
Check our location and opening hours before visiting. Admission is free but visitors over 16 will need photo ID to enter the RAAF Base.
Our Interactive Flying Displays are presented at 1pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Take a 360° tour of all hangars at the RAAF Museum.
Find out about becoming a volunteer.
What's on in May at the RAAF Museum.
As you drive in to visit the Museum and before you enter the car park, on the left you will see the Museum's latest acquisition - a new replica Spitfire mounted on a pole adjacent to RAAF Museum HQ. The aircraft is finished in the Squadron colours of No.79 Squadron. The base on which the pole is attached represents the RAAF Roundel.
The program for our Interactive Flying Display can be found under the "News & Events" tab.
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