The aircraft display hangar at RAAF Museum, Point Cook.

The RAAF Museum houses the largest collection of military aircraft and related artefacts in Australia.

Ranging from the Australian Flying Corps operating during World War I to the present day, the Museum displays combine objects and personal stories to give visitors an understanding of the rich history and traditions of this arm of the Australian Defence Force.

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 ranging from a GAF Pika, which was the manned version of the Jindivik target drone, through several generations of fighter aircraft, helicopters, trainers and fire fighting vehicles.