Bull Creek

Scott Lester visits the Western Australia Aviation Heritage Museum

A decade of hard work, fundraising and negotiation was rewarded in the summer of 1979 when the Royal Australian Air Force Association opened the doors of its Aviation Heritage Museum at Bull Creek in the suburbs of Perth. The RAAFA branch’s predecessor had been gathering airframes from the early 1960s, with a Lancaster as the founder member. Since then the collection has developed and expanded and spans a century of national aviation history.

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