The Australian National Aviation Museum is located at Moorabbin Airport in Melbourne's South East
Owned and operated by the Australian Aircraft Restoration Group, the collection was established in 1962 and is the oldest volunteer Aviation Museum in Australia.
The Australian National Aviation Museum contains a magnificent collection of Australian made and designed aircraft, as well as many military and commercial aircraft from WW1 glider replicas thru to an F111 Cockpit Module. The Museum also has the oldest surviving CAC Wirraway, and one of only two DAP Mk21 Beaufighters left worldwide.
Events are regularly held during the year including a book fair, model show, cockpit family day and more
Admission is by entrance fee with drinks, snacks and souvenirs available at the museum shop. Guided tours for groups can be arranged, and group discounts are provided.
Donations to the museum of $2 or more are tax deductible.
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Car park, Coach Parking, Kiosk, Picnic Area
Educational Tourism, Historic/Heritage