The Australian National Aviation
Museum, located at Melbourneís Moorabbin Airport, is owned and
operated by the Australian
Aircraft Restoration Group (AARG), ACN 005 125 244.
AARG is a community based , non-profit company, limited by guarantee,
the Museumís objective is to tell the story of both the people and
machines that made Australiaís rich aviation heritage.
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to the museum: All donations to the
museum of $2.00 or more are tax deductible. The museum is also
recognised under the Australian Taxation Incentives for the Arts Scheme.
Accordingly, and subject to verification, the assessed value of any item donated to the museum can be recognised as a tax deduction under the
Cultural Gifts Program.
is by entrance fee with cool drinks, snacks and souvenirs available for
purchase at the museum shop.
Guided tours for groups can be arranged,
and group discounts are provided.
The Museum provides for disabled visitors via ramp access, with
disabled toilets available onsite.
Family: $20 Adults*: $10 Children: $5 (under 5YO free) School/Bus Tours & Large Groups: $5 per person
*Adult Concession Holders & Full Time Students: $7
(Guided Tours, tailored to suit age groups are available during museum open hours
(and at other agreed times), with minimum of 20 persons,
subject to prior booking and arrangement by telephone to the museum on
(03) 9580 7752)
WHERE? AND WHEN? "ARE" WE OPEN!
museum is located on the corner
of First Street and Second Avenue, Moorabbin Airport, Victoria,
(Melways map ref. 87 G4 - see below, for directions, and
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12.00pm to 4.00pm.
Saturday and Sunday 10.00am to
Public Holidays 10.00am to
5pm (Closed Christmas Day)
Note: School and group tours by appointment (available outside normal operating hours)
Getting to the Museum: The Museum is located 14
miles or 22 km south east of the Melbourne CBD, accessible via the
Monash Freeway, Princes Highway or Nepean Highway via Warrigal Road to
Centre Dandenong Road and Grange Road. The nearest railway
station is Cheltenham, which is 2.5 miles or 4km west of the museum
along Centre Dandenong Road. (see map below)
(Please Note: 827 and 828 buses run 7 days per week, 8am to 9pm)
From Melbourne City:, take Frankston line train to Cheltenham
station, take 827, or 828 bus east along Centre Dandenong Road and
alight at the corner of Grange Road.
From Eastern Suburbs:, take 700 bus south down Warrigal Road,
alight at Centre Dandenong Road, then take 827 or 828 bus heading
east and alight at Grange Road.
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