We have a number of static aircraft on display around the Point Cook grounds.
Our heritage gallery includes a number of exhibits on subjects and periods of historical significance.
In all aspects of military life, training is the very first step. The Air Force has an extensive network of training organisations. Over the long history of the Service, we've trained more than half a million personnel.
From the frail wood, wire and fabric flying machines of World War I to the sophisticated multi-million dollar aircraft of today.
The public viewing gallery above the Museum’s Aircraft display hangar provides a great view and information on a fascinating cross section of the collection.
RAAF Museum technical staff are assisted by a team of talented and passionate volunteers working on a number of aircraft restoration projects.
The strike and reconnaissance hangar interprets aircraft that were pivotal to the Air Force capability post World War II.