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
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.