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Was worried when we arrived as there was a huge line of cars waiting to get in the gates however don't be discouraged by this as the line went super quick and you get to sit in your aircon car while you wait!
Very interesting but I guess you need the interest in the first place! Great collection of Aussie aviation history.
Remember this is not a commercial fun park type tourist attraction: And that is its charm!
Staffed by passionate enthusiastic 'old and the bold': Passionate genuine...More
I have to say that it was a bluddy hot day at Amberley Air Base and with the humidity close to oppressive It’s hard to stay positive and focused.
There are 4 hangars (ovens) housing the displays which seem pretty extensive and interesting enough, but...More
The museum is open on 3rd Sunday of every month. Great day out for anyone willing to explore the history and learn.
I took my kids there. They enjoyed being very close to all the aircraft and helicopters. We filled a form (link is in...More
What a great day out. Many examples of the flying brotherhood and the sundry equipment that goes with flying, such as seats and parachutes and bits and pieces.
I loved the day out and it is a valuable experience to those aircraft enthusiasts.
This museum is not well publicized but it is worth the security checks that you are required to go through to get there. Once there the friendly and knowledgeable staff guide you around the various exhibits while adding background knowledge and anecdotes.
This is a true heritage centre and well worth the look. A greta collection of aircraft including helicopters. Fantastic history displays about the Amberley base also and how it served Australia. I highly recommend a viewing when Open but check on Opening Times.
This museum is right on our doorstep so visiting is easy. Great exhibits and reminders of our time in the RAAF (also bragging rights to grand children - grandma and grandpa have flown in these) Volunteers knowlegable and friendly. The last time we went, we...More