Aviation Heritage Museum Of Western Australia
Bull Creek Drive, Bull Creek, Australia
www.raafawa.org.au - (08) 9311 4470
Aviation Heritage Museum Of Western Australia Bull Creek Reviews
interesting but full museum May 13, 2011
The royal Australian air force association of Western Australia aviation heritage museum is the full announcement of a, in my eyes a big museum in a to small complex.
The museum is located in the corner between the Kwinana FWY, Leach HWY and the entrance at Bull creek drive.
The museum collection is housed in two pavilions, and inside you will find about 30 aircraft's, military and civil, many different engines, uniforms and models.
The main goal is to show the Australian aviation history from the beginning till now.
Inside the museum you will find big airplanes like the Avro Lancaster bomber from ww2, the C47 Dakota and the Catalina flying boat. The small airplanes are original or replica's of famous airplanes.
The children can find there way in a helicopter or in a fixed wing airplane and play with the controls. Several displays are interactive by operating some components like the rotation engine or magneto's.
The museum to operated by volunteers, some retired from the RAAF and the other with a different back ground.
To get to the museum by public transport is by train to Bull creek station and then the buses 506, 507 or 707.
Rates are $10 for adults, $6 for children or $25 for a family ticket 2Adults and 3 children.
More info check www.raafawa.org.au
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