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RAAF Museum Point Cook
LinkCurator - David Gardener
RAAF Base Williams
Point Cook Road
Point Cook
Victoria
Australia
Tel +61 92561300
Hours: Tuesday to Friday: 10am–3pm Weekends and Public Holidays: 10am–5pm
Closed on Mondays, Good Friday and Christmas Day.
Admission: Free

Located at Point Cook Airfield (RAAF Point Cook). The museum has a large colleciton of WWII RAAF aircraft and other aviation displays and artifacts. About 50% of its collection is in storage because of lack of space.

DeHavilland Mosquito PR.XVI A52-600
The last surviving Mosquito with a known combat record.

Supermarine Walrus II Serial Number HD874
Destroyed December 21, 1947. Salvaged 1980. Under restoration

CA-12 Boomerang Serial Number A46-30

CA-16 Wirraway Serial Number A20-687

DB-7B "J is for Jessica" Serial Number A28-8

CA-18 Mustang Serial Number A68-170

De Havilland Mosquito Serial Number A52-600

Hajime Toyashima's Flag and Flightsuit
Artifacts from A6M2 5349 shot down during Darwin raid, first POW captured on Australian soil.

RAAF Flag
Flag which was shot down during the Japanese air raid on Darwin, February 19, 1942 and then raised again while the attack was still going. Afterwards, it was signed by the survivors.

Storage Facility
The following aircraft are in storage (not on public display) at the museum:

Spitfire Mark Vc Serial Number A58-51

PBV-1A Canso Constructors Number CV369
Restored by RAAF as Catalina A24-104 NR-H from the 113th ASRF (Air-Sea Rescue Flight)

CA-6 Wackett Serial Number A3-22
Formally displayed at Precision Aerospace until 2004, moved to RAAF Musuem Point Cook

CA-6 Wackett Serial Number A3-22
Formally displayed at Precision Aerospace until 2004, moved to RAAF Musuem Point Cook

P-40E Kittyhawk A29-28
Stored at RAAF Museum Point Cook until May 20, 2016 to Precision Aerospace / Precision Airmotive

Last Updated
May 22, 2017

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