RAAF Base Point Cook was the first military aviation base in Australia and features the oldest, most extensive complex of military aviation buildings. As the home of Australia's first military flying school and the birthplace of the Royal Australian Air Force, the air base played a pivotal role in the history of military and civil aviation in Australia for more than 90 years. Visitors can learn more about this important place at the RAAF Museum located at Point Cook.
RAAF Base Point Cook was included in the National Heritage List on 29 August 2007.
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