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Didn’t know what to expect when we arrived here but we left very impressed. The museum is extremely informative and has a great array of planes and helicopters to see. There are also a few that you can climb into to really get the whole...More
I didn’t know much about Australia’s Naval aviation history so was really surprised by the enormous number of aircraft and rotary wing types on display. Really tidy little museum, with a ton of aircraft packed in. Informative and interesting videos too. Highly recommended!
Very well persevered flying machines and artifacts. Not only give a great glimpse into the birds of times gone by but also into those who flew them.
Must go for people visiting Nowra, Huskisson & Batsmans bay
If you take the time to look at all the displays, information and read the stories of the Men, Women, Ships and Aircraft both Fixed Wing & Rotary Wing. You may want to take a three or four hours. You may also want to take...More
I didn't know what to expect from this museum and wondered whether there would be planes. Yes, there are indeed planes, in fact all of the planes connected to H.M.A.S. Albatross over the years. However, it did make me wonder why we no longer have...More
Visited the Fleet Air Arm Museum with my partner last week. Was greatly looking forward to the visit, having served at HMAS Albatross many years ago – as a Naval Airman Meteorological Observer/Navigator’s Yeoman.
The museum is impressive, standing just outside the still-extant naval base....More
What an excellent attraction. Especially if you are into flight.
Bargain entry @ $10 per adult and kids under 16 free. How good is that.
My young grandkids loved the place ( grandpa loved it too). Well laid out, extremely clean and well presented information...More
Hi, Yes it is, there is also a lift up to upper level where you can view the exhibits from above, you will how ever have to get an assistant to help with locked inner door of the complex. As it's set out on a lower level and... More
Hi, Yes it is, there is also a lift up to upper level where you can view the exhibits from above, you will how ever have to get an assistant to help with locked inner door of the complex. As it's set out on a lower level and designed for people to use stairs to the upper level and then it leads out through one way glass doors, but for wheel chairs the assistants there can open the door from the locked side if so desire to view the exhibits from above as well. Hope that helps you.
The entry fee is $10 unless you have a military id card then it's free. It really is worth the admission as there are some of the best preserved aircraft and other memorabilia any where in the country. They also have a great... More
The entry fee is $10 unless you have a military id card then it's free. It really is worth the admission as there are some of the best preserved aircraft and other memorabilia any where in the country. They also have a great shop and a recently reopened restaurant.