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RAAF Museum, Point Cook

(4.8/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • You can't beat RAAF Museum at Point Cook as it is the birthplace of RAAF and has some interesting artifacts in its collection. A highly recommended visit for any AViation Enthusiast.. 
  • If you are a keen follower of aircraft through the ages from World War I to World War II, this is a great museum to visit. Besides the aircraft on display it tells the story of how gallant the allied ...  more »
  • Brilliant place but you need plenty of time to really appreciate - at least half a day. Staff are so helpful and informative. And it's free - make sure to bring a driving licence! 
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  • Because if the Museum isn't enough, then keep an eye out for the flying displays, usually on a Sunday afternoon. You may see vintage aircraft, or even the Roulettes, the premier acrobatic team from the RAAF. Remember to bring ID when you come in the front gate. Photography is encouraged and on display days, you can even get a bit of a QA session with the pilots. Brings snacks if you feel you may need them.
  • A great place with many vintage aircrafts and Australian aviation history. This place consists one the of most important Australian aviation stories. The museum provides interactive flying displays.
  • Superb collection and full of fascinating information. First time I had been there yesterday and really enjoyed the experience. And admission if free too! Well done to all of those who have put together, built and maintained the collection.
  • I've visited this museum at least 10 times over recent years and always look forward to their latest addition to the already wonderful collection of aviation history. The volunteers are only too happy to assist and the best part, it's all for free .
  • Went to thr air muesum today. Great experience. Was greeted by ex service personal at the door. Great range of aircraft - be sure to follow the 'yellow brick road' to the two outside hangers full of aircraft, including the F4 Phantom and F111G. Lots of memorabilia and interactive displays. Only reason for the lack of a fifth star is that several aircraft are parked at back of hangers OR on aprons with no access, not even for photos. Also no cafe on site (but there are benches outside for a picnic, on a nice day) and toilets are only in the main building. Dress warm in winter as hangers are not heated. Gift shop has great selection of gifts for all ages.