Come and discover the dawn of aviation in Australia                  

Now you can visit the only museum of its type in Australia, just north of Brisbane at Caboolture Airfield.

With aircraft, engines and more from 1901 to 1933 and, of course, Australia’s only collection of flying WWI-type aircraft, this is a destination you can't afford to miss! 

The museum walls tell the incredible story of early aviation and Australia’s involvement in it. Plus one entire wall is dedicated to the most comprehensive and accurate list of Australian WW1 Aces, plus their personal details, to be seen anywhere in Australia.

There are also fascinating videos and interactive elements for you to enjoy.

Come and see all the TAVAS aircraft up close

Experience this unique museum at Hangar 106, Eagle Lane, Caboolture Airfield.

Take the third main driveway off McNaught Rd – the only one with a street sign (Eagle Lane) – and Hangar 106 will be on your right.

Opening Hours: Every Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 3pm (excluding Easter Sunday, ANZAC Day and Christmas Day)
                         Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

Admission: Adults – $15  Children (under 16) – $10

Note: This photo only shows half of the hangar and less than half of our aircraft. Explore the full collection plus our interactive elements when you visit.