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RAAF Museum houses a number of old aircraft of the second oldest air force in the world, the Royal Australian Airforce. This is a museum located in RAAF Williams Point Cook, which aims to provide visitors the opportunity to see interactive flying exhibits of heritage aircrafts. Mustang, Sopwith Pup, CAC Winjeel, DH Tiger Moth and CT4A are featured during the flying exhibits. This program is ideal for the whole family and schoolchildren. It is not only featuring aerobatic displays of aircrafts, but also interaction between the pilot and visitors who want to raise their questions.

Air Marshal Sir George Jones established the museum in 1952. The administration of RAAF Williams Point Cook took over it in 1988. If you want to maximize your time while on visit to this place, there are available guided tours with the staffs of RAAF Museum. In here, there are various exhibits featuring helicopters, missiles and aircrafts that played very important roles in the aviation history of Australia. Interactive flying display also happens every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. This is to give amusement to visitors.

In RAAF Museum, great amenities are provided for visitors. This is to give comfort to anyone who desires to visit the place. Wheelchair access, free parking and toilets are being offered for convenience. The museum displays a beautiful insight of different aircrafts that is important to the RAAF. Aside from that, shops in RAAF Museum offer souvenirs, aviation videos, history books, plaques and different aircraft cloth patches. The museum also suggests a great interest to people who want to share their time working with the team. They can be tour guides or they can do aircraft maintenance.
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