Australian Aviation Heritage Centre

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Boasting dozens of aircrafts, engines and plane crash remnants, the Australian Aviation Heritage Centre is the best place in Darwin for anyone with their head in the clouds. The enormous museum prides itself on its coverage of the fateful bombing of Darwin in 1942 and many other air battles of World War II. Its North American B-25 Mitchell Bomber is especially notable, as it is one of the last in the world and only one of two on display outside of the United States.

Other exhibits include an Auster biplane, a Japanese Zero fighter, shot from the sky in 1942, a Tiger Moth, the remains of a crash-landed RAAF Mirage jet, a Spitfire replica and even a few of the first attack helicopters.


Australian Tourism Accreditation Carpark Coach Parking Family Friendly Food and Refreshments Public Toilet Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Shop Visitor Information Centre Wheelchair access


ADULT From $10 to $15

Seniors/Pensioners $10.00
Family Pass $35.00

CHILD From $7 to $10

Children Under 12 – $7.00
Students – $10.00

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  • ALL Open 09:00 to 17:00
  • 2017-12-25 Closed

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