As you would be aware the Australian Government, like other governments around the world, is having to adjust a range of plans and commitments as we work to contribute to the whole of government response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus). To that end we have taken the decision to temporarily close our Air Force Heritage centres as of 15 Mar 2020. We look forward to welcoming you back soon.
RAAF Base Wagga
Forest Hill NSW 2651
Phone: (02) 6937 5402 or (02) 6937 4619
10am to 4pm, Saturday to Thursday inclusive (Closed Friday’s unless by appointment). The Centre has disabled facilities available and a small merchandise shop.
The Centre showcases Air Force history, and the significant involvement of the RAAF in the Riverina Region of New South Wales. Currently on display is a Mirage, a Korean War Meteor, a Vietnam War Canberra and an F-111. The aircraft display represents over sixty years of RAAF flying history.
The RAAF Wagga Aviation Heritage Centre is located in the old Guard House at the entrance to RAAF Base Wagga at Forest Hill, ten kilometres east of the CBD of Wagga Wagga, along the Sturt Highway. The entrance to the Base is easily recognisable by the static aircraft on display next to the Aviation Heritage Centre. These aircraft are completely accessible for you to view and photograph.
The Wagga Wagga community, Service clubs and local businesses have contributed significant resources to the development of the RAAF Wagga Aviation Heritage Centre and surrounds, and have donated some of the memorabilia and displays. On-going maintenance and administration of the Centre and exhibits are now the responsibility of both serving members of the RAAF and community volunteers.