RAAF Museum interactive flying displays

Flying displays

See heritage aircraft in flight and learn all about the process of flying. You may even be treated to a surprise aerobatic display!

Subject to suitable weather, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday at 1pm there is an interactive flying display at the RAAF Museum.

This program is ideal for families and children. Young and old alike have fallen in love with our interactive flying displays.

Best of all, it is absolutely free. Bookings are not required.

Our flying program runs for most of the year (except over the Christmas and New Year period).

Regular aircraft on display include the Winjeel, Harvard, CT4A, Sopwith Pup, Tiger Moth, RE8, and Mustang. We sometimes feature other visiting aircraft such as the Bird Dog or even a modern PC-21.

Come along and see what's flying! You will be able to ask the pilot questions and hear their radio calls during flight.

If the weather is poor, the pilot will give a talk and answer questions inside the Museum instead of doing the flying display. This may occur without notice.