Australian National Aviation Museum

Located at Moorabbin Airport near Melbourne Victoria. The Australian National Aviation Museum contains the finest collection of Australian made and designed aircraft, as well as the broadest collection, with representative types covering the development of airtravel and military aviation in Australia, along with display engines from the flying machines of 1910 to the modern jet fighters.

Representative aircraft from the RAAF and RAN, WW2 through to the jet age, pre-war, post war and jet-turbine airliners from Ansett-ANA, TAA and others, Australian made by CAC, DAP, HDH, and Victa, vintage and classic civilian aircraft from the 1920’s “Moth” through to a London to Sydney air-racer, and cropduster.

The Museum provides for disabled visitors via ramp access, with disabled toilets available onsite.

Museum open times:
Wed – Friday 12-4pm
Sat – Sun (& public holidays 10am-5pm)
Ph:  (61 3)  9580 7752