The RAAF Museum (or the Royal Australian Air Force Museum) is one of the most renowned air force museums in the world; located on the site of RAAF Williams Point Cook Base in Victoria.
The museum is known for its world-famous collections of iconic aircraft and an extensive range of displays and exhibits – from the oldest Australian Flying Corps to the present air force.
Raaf Museum Point Cook Address & Opening Hours
Back in 1952, this museum was formed by the Air Marshal Sir George Jones. As one of the largest museums in the country, the RAAF Museum is home to some of the most significant collections of aircraft and memorabilia in Australia.
This museum represents a rich history of Australian Air Force and its contribution in many national and international events.
A team of 18 experienced employees work full-time at this museum to manage its technical, research, curatorial and administration areas. In addition, a number of volunteers also participate and work for the museum and provide assistance with the day-to-day running of the RAFF.
The RAAF Museum also showcases excellent exhibits from World War I and II. For those interested in learning more about the participation of Australia in these two famous world wars, come for a visit.
The entire museum includes a collection of more than 400,000 small objects, 1 million photographs and 4 million negatives.