Glen Eira
moorabbin airport
12 First Street
Moorabbin Airport, VIC 3194

The ANAM is situated at Moorabbin Airport and has one of the most significant collections of aircraft engines in Australia and provides public access to a number of the aircraft on display, allowing our visitors to interact with the aircraft and to experience life as an early Aviator or Military Pilot.

Founded in 1962 and run by a dedicated group of volunteers and members, the Museum has expanded it’s collection of not just aircraft and engines, but models, uniforms and many other items associated with Australia's aviation history.

The collection has some very rare and unique examples of Australian made aircraft including the oldest surviving Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC) aircraft - Wirraway A20-10; a Victa AirTourer and a DAP Mk21 Beaufighter, one of only two Australian made variants left in the country and the only Beaufighter left in the world capable of ground running an engine.

The Museum also owns the oldest surviving Beaufort Bomber which is now part of a massive restoration process. The friendly staff and volunteers will ensure that our group’s visit will be unique from other museums, as you can touch, feel and enter many of our displays.

We have booked a tour and picnic BBQ at Moorabin Airport Museum so please invite your partners and friends to join us. see below for the details:

Time: Tour 12.00pm tour is around 30-40 minutes long

Lunch: 1.00pm BBQ Lunch will be provided - cost $10 per head.


Admission to Museum : Seniors and pensioners $7.00 per person. Others, $10.00 per person.

Payment due on the day or prior.


Transport: Please advise if required as we may arrange carpooling on the day.