RAAF Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre
Home Of The F-111
Closed Until Further Notice
Due to essential work needing to be undertaken on our display hangars, RAAF Base Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre is unfortunately CLOSED to the public until further notice.
Get up close and personal with our aircraft displays and learn about the rich past of our military. See the striking F-111 renowned for its dump and burns, the scale of the Dakota and Caribou responsible for transporting people and cargo all around the world, or imagine the wind beating down from the rotors of our Blackhawk, Iroquois and Sioux helicopters.
Not only do we have a large range of military aircraft from years gone by, we also have vehicles, aircraft equipment, reconnaissance cameras, a pop-up air raid shelter, cockpit modules, and other military memorabilia for you to explore.
Public Open Days
The AAHC holds a public open day on the third Sunday of each month (January to November). This is a free event open to the general public, though pre-registration is essential to meet our base security access requirements.
Great experience. The guide was very friendly and also very knowledgeable
Very interesting and well worth visiting.
Great experience for young and old.
Excellent. Thoroughly enjoyed. Knowledgeable and friendly staff
Loved it, such a great place to visit with kids
This was a great experience, fun & educational for both kids and adults.
What an awesome way to spend a few hours. Thanks so much to ask the volunteers that keep the history alive!
Great knowledge and friendly volunteers, highly recommended to all
I love this place! I come here a couple of times a year. Most recently they let me sit in the left seat of of C-27J Spartan with the avionics up and running!
There are a good variety of planes. The volunteers are eager to pass on their knowledge. An entertaining and informative day.
Lots on Canberra's which is very cool. Worth a visit.
Great place for aircraft and RAAF history buffs.