The Aviation Heritage Museum provides a unique museum experience of civilian and military aviation through its extraordinary aviation displays, helpful guides and special tours. The Museum’s talented volunteers have designed, donated and built a truly amazing array of aviation displays that include 30 aircraft and thousands of artefacts. From the helpful gift shop attendants to the meticulous restorers, the Museum’s hundreds of volunteers have truly built one of the most unique museums in the Southern Hemisphere or even the World.
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Address: Air Force Memorial Estate Bull Creek Drive, 6149, Bull Creek, Western Australia (WA), Australia, Australasia
Coordinates: -32.049211, 115.858595
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