The Royal Australian Air Force Museum is located at RAAF Base Point Cook, near Melbourne.
Point Cook is the birthplace of the Australian Flying Corps (AFC), which was renamed to the Royal Australian Air Force following its success in World War I. RAAF Base Point Cook was the Air Force's only base from 1912 to 1925, when RAAF Base Richmond and RAAF Base Laverton were built.
Today, the RAAF Museum pays tribute to the history of the Air Force, and houses an extensive collection of memorabilia and stories of Australia's military aviation expeditions.
Learn about the history of Air Force training, advancements in military aircraft, the role of Air Force personnel, women in the Air Force, local and overseas missions, and so much more.
There is also an exciting collection of retired Air Force aircraft, such as those used for training, strike, reconnaissance, and air and sea rescues.
Join us for open days and flying displays, where you can see the aircraft in flight and learn all about the process of flying. You may even be treated to a surprise aerobatic display!
We stock a range of model aircraft, RAAF Museum and Air Force souvenirs, including plaques, a broad range of unit and aircraft cloth patches.
The RAAF Museum relies on the kind service of our volunteers. If you have time to spare and would like to volunteer at the RAAF Museum, we'd love to hear from you.