Evans Head Heritage Aviation Museum
Things To Do Evans Head, Richmond Valley, New South Wales
Discover heritage aviation at the exciting Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome Heritage Aviation Museum, which thousands of magnificent men and women called home while undergoing bombing training during World War ll.
The museum features military and civilian aircraft and artefacts collected from across Australia.
Get up close to real, military and civilian aircraft heritage aircrafts. Take the driver’s seat of the F-111 fighter bomber. Take a personalised tour with passionate volunteers who remember the stories, the history, the tragedies and the triumphs of Northern Rivers aviation.
Explore the museum, complete with interpretive signage, tour desk, free parking. The major attraction to the museum is a RAAF Canberra A84-203 and takes pride of place next to the F-111 fighter bomber.
Pick up a souvenir of your visit in the museum gift shop or arrange a personalised photo session. Browse the handicrafts in the Evans Head Men’s Shed annexe.
Disabled AssistanceCaters for hearing impairment Wheelchair access
MembershipAustralian Museums and Galleries Association
AUD7.50 for individuals.
AUD20 per family (up to 2 adults plus accompanying children).
School groups AUD5 each, Teachers free.
Special Tour Options:
F111 Cockpit experience AUD35 dollars (which includes photos of the experience). Please call ahead to book.
F111 Cockpit photograph: AUD10.