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Museum of Australian Army Flying

Army Airfield, Oakey, Queensland 4401, Australia
+61 7 4691 7666
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Excellent Museum

Excellent museum with some 18 planes in the museum and some over a 100 years old and also a CH-47D... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2017
Rod S
Not open sundays !!!

Dissapointed it wasnt open, traveled several hours on the long weeken to visit as the website said... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
Donna M
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Army Airfield, Oakey, Queensland 4401, Australia
+61 7 4691 7666
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

Excellent museum with some 18 planes in the museum and some over a 100 years old and also a CH-47D CHINOOK. Worth the visit if you are interested in old and air force planes. There is also other items of interest in the museum. Rod

Thank Rod S
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

Dissapointed it wasnt open, traveled several hours on the long weeken to visit as the website said it was open on sundays, got there to find it closed. Please update your website.

Thank Donna M
Reviewed 14 September 2017

We were not disappointed. The volunteers are very helpful & the displays are AWESOME. The museum is not set up for picnic grounds however there is table and chairs available outside & clean toilets. Entry to this museum is only $7.00 per adult. There is...More

Thank jandpmcclear
Reviewed 27 July 2017

Todays Australian army flies only helicopters but in this museum it is a collection of military aviation history , some noteworthy aircraft are the Red Baron, the Australian made Boomerang, the Boxkite and a Huey attack helicopter. Worth a visit if in the area, cost...More

Thank sja74
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

My wife and I visited it on Easter Sunday. Not very big. But definitely worth it For anyone who has any interest at all in aviation history of the Australian Army.

Thank terry011168
Reviewed 1 March 2017

Relatively easy to find, ample parking and snacking opportunities in Oakey itself. Just decided to go out and have a look as we had just visited the new Toowoomba private airport nearby. Blown away by the most comprehensive display of Australian army military aircraft you...More

1  Thank davidj171sk
Reviewed 11 January 2017

Took the grandchildren to the Army Flying Museum during the Christmas School holidays.....CLOSED. Great for tourists, NOT.

1  Thank Janice N
Reviewed 29 November 2016

We arrived on the day the Chinook was being placed and cleaned up - very exciting The staff direct you where to see the exhibits and the place was very clean and well presented, very much worth visiting, like many others we made a special...More

Thank boski
Reviewed 12 October 2016

This attraction is a "must do" if you enjoy a road trip with a destination and like to experience Australian Aviation history.. If travelling from the southern suburbs of Brisbane we completed the 330km round trip in a day with an early start. A stop...More

1  Thank Brock C
Reviewed 10 October 2016

This little museum is well worth a visit. Cannot believe the collection of planes, helicopters and memorabillia. Well worth a visit

Thank mamanewsouthwales
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Desley B
11 May 2017|
Response from davidj171sk | Reviewed this property |
You will need to go back to the township of Oakley where there are plenty of eating options; maybe book first on the way to the museum. Museum has soft drinks available at very good prices.