I was in the RAAF in the 70's and 80' at the base at Point Cook, there has always been a museum on the Base. But now it has really extended, lots of aircraft, and other attractions. 80% of the folk who give there time in the museum, do this in there own time, and are full of knowledge.
People like Malcolm Marsland-Kelsey, ex RAAF at point Cook, this gent is happy to answer any questions you or the children may have. There are also aircraft being rebuilt, and restored to prime condition. You can also have a BBQ or Picnic with in the grounds.
RAAF Base Point Cook is and was the first in Australia. It is full of great Australian History.
I know that once you go, you will want to go again, and take friends.
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