Museum of Australian Army Flying

A must-see for all aviation enthusiasts

The Museum of Australian Army Flying is located at the Army airfield in Oakey, a short drive west of Toowoomba. The museum displays every kind of aircraft flown by the Australian Army since World War 2 and includes the latest high-tech military helicopters.

There are other remarkable flying machines on display including a replica Bristol Boxkite that was a training aircraft used in 1914. 

The museum's memorabilia date back to 1912, when Australian Army Aviation was then known as the Australian Flying Corps (AFC). 

Memorabilia includes:

  • aircraft
  • engines
  • uniforms
  • history of the Oakey airfield
  • photographs and memoirs of Army Aviation servicemen and women.

The area for kids will spark their imagination and give them a hands-on feel for what it is like to be a Military Aviator.

Guided tours available, bookings essential.

For more information and admission prices, visit the Australian Army Flying Museum website.

Oakey airport, Museum Drive, Oakey

Approximately 25 minutes drive from Toowoomba.

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Museum open Wednesday to Sunday - 10am to 3pm.

Closed Monday & Tuesday.

Phone: 07 4577 7666