The RAAF Museum is open on Thursdays and Sundays from 10 am to 3 pm.
Bookings are essential for all attendees. Links to the registration booking forms are provided below:
- September entry registration form
- October entry registration form (Sunday 08 October – closed to public bookings owing to a special event)
- November entry registration form
- December entry registration form (closed Sunday 24 December)
Note: Booking closes at 3 pm the day before. Please include the full names of all attendees (children and adults) in your booking.
For groups of 10 people of more contact us by email.
Group bookings can be accommodated at other times.
To enquire, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
RAAF Museum is located on a RAAF base. Visitors will need to comply with all entry requirements.
On arrival to RAAF Base Point Cook security gate, please present:
- reservation confirmation
- photographic identification.
Photographic identification and vehicle registration details must match the details on the booking reservation confirmation.
After clearance by base security staff, visitors will be directed to drive to the RAAF Museum carpark. The carpark is located approximately 400m down the entry road on the right-hand side and clearly marked.
Note: There is no public transport to RAAF Base Point Cook. If visitors arrive by car ride service (such as taxi), travel to the museum will need to be on foot from the security gate entrance.
RAAF Base Point Cook is a heritage-listed site. Please expect rough pathways and uneven ground inside and outside the museum. Care should be taken at all times while on the base.
Please follow all instructions from RAAF Base Point Cook security staff and RAAF Museum staff during the visit.
Pets, alcohol and firearms are prohibited on base.
Registered assistance dogs are permitted.
Photography is only permitted inside RAAF Museum buildings.
The Museum shop is open onsite during Museum open hours and online.
We stock a range of:
- model aircraft
- RAAF Museum and Air Force souvenirs, including plaques
- unit and aircraft cloth patches.
Profits from sales contribute to the museum upgrades, maintenance, and purchases.