The B-24 Liberator Memorial Australia is a working museum where a B-24 Liberator bomber from World War II is being restored in a World War II hangar, on part of what was the Werribee Satellite Airfield during the war.
Other associated aircraft are also being rebuilt, e.g., an Airspeed Oxford. In addition there is a small heritage collection of items relevant to B-24 Liberators and their crews.
Disabled AssistanceCaters for limited mobility Wheelchair access
MembershipAustralian Museums and Galleries Association National Trust
Basic entry is $5.00. Additional cost depends on visitor requirements, i.e., if they wish to see an engine run or to have a catered morning tea in the aircraft restoration hangar.