The Aviation Heritage Museum located in Bull Creek provides a unique museum that collects, conserves, and gives a home to aircraft and other artefacts which make up Western Australian’s rich aviation history.
The museum is the focus for many Royal Australian Air Force Association (RAAFA) commemoration activities with displays commemorating the achievements and sacrifice of Air Force personnel in war and peace.
The Aviation Heritage Museum’s talented volunteers have designed, donated, and built an amazing array of aviation displays that include 30 aircraft and thousands of aviation pieces to help tell the story of our aviation history and heritage. The museum is a great day out for the entire family and includes many interactive and educational displays for both children and adults alike to have some fun while visiting.
From the helpful gift shop attendants to the meticulous restorers, the museum’s dedicated volunteers have truly built one of the most unique museums in the Southern Hemisphere or even the World.
What visitors need to know:
The Aviation Heritage Museum is located within Air Force Memorial Estate at 2 Bull Creek Drive, Bull Creek WA 6149.
Open 10am – 4pm every day of the year (except Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day).
Free parking and a gift shop located inside.
Adults (16 & Over ) – $15.00
Children (over 5 years) – $7.50
Child under 5 years – FREE
Mini-group (2 x adults & 2 x children OR 1 x adult & 3 children) – $35.00
Additional child in mini-group – $5.00
Adult mini-group (4 x adults) – $50.00
Senior/ Pensioner – $10.00
Concession Card Holders – $10.00
Special tours and cockpit experiences provide enjoyment and education for any aviation enthusiast and start from $40.00 per person
READ OUR REVIEW OF THE AVIATION HERITAGE MUSEUM
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