Celebrating the Arrival of the Tornado GR4 at the Aviation Heritage Museum

We are very excited to announce that the Tornado GR4 has officially arrived at its new home, the Aviation Heritage Museum in Bull Creek! On Thursday 19 May the Tornado’s fuselage, wings and fuel tanks were transported to the Museum, a momentous day indeed!  The transport of these components relied upon two semi-trailers, a 100-tonne […]

Museum Closed

UPDATED: Tuesday 25th January 2022. ** Please note, the museum is currently closed until further notice.** The museum is located within our Air Force Memorial Estate which includes two of our Aged Care Facilities. As masks continue to be compulsory within high-risk areas including Aged Care Facilities and within indoor public spaces for the Perth […]

Museum Closed

UPDATED: Tuesday 25th January 2022. ** Please note, the museum is currently closed until further notice.** Following the State Government announcement (Monday 3rd January 2022) of interim mask restrictions for the Perth and Peel region, the Aviation Heritage Museum has made the difficult decision to remain closed until mask restrictions are lifted.  The difficult decision […]

Serpentine Airfield fly-in 25th October 20

Tiger Moth celebrated its 89th Birthday at Serpentine Airfield On October 25, 2020, at the Serpentine Fly-In, members of the RAAFA WA Australia Air Force Cadets (AAFC) Branch and Aviation Heritage Museum, the Pearce Flying Club, the RACWA, and former staff of WASQNAIRTC/7WGAAFC attended in a variety of ground and air transports. It was a […]

How the Young Aviators Area helps with STEM learning

Discover opportunities for STEM learning at the Aviation Heritage Museum! STEM – Science, technology, engineering and mathematics is an incredibly important learning area for children of all ages. It provides numerous pathways for hobbies, study and future career opportunities. The all-new Young Aviators Area features exciting simulator and virtual reality experiences, launched specifically for young […]

Family day at the Aviation Heritage Museum

On Sunday 6 December, the Aviation Heritage Museum opened its doors and welcomed families to its Family Day of 2020.   A terrific success, the day was action-packed with families taking part in open aircraft experiences, including the recently established Young Aviators phase one Young Aviators area.  “It was great to see so many families come […]

Opening update

Opening update after COVID-19 closure

Following the recent COVID-19 announcement around reducing restrictions, we are pleased to announce that the Aviation Heritage Museum will reopen on July 1, 2020. While we are extremely excited to be opening our doors to the public again, there are a few things you need to know in advance. We will have some new processes […]

Coronavirus update

Coronavirus update for reopening

Thank you for visiting the Aviation Heritage Museum’s website. We are so glad you have come to take a look and may be planning your visit to view our precious collection. Our staff and our volunteers are very proud of it. You may not be aware that our museum is run primarily by volunteers. As […]

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