The South Australian Aviation Museum, located close to the Railway Museum and the Maritime Museum such a cool place to visit!
Displaying aircraft and aircraft engines of relevance to South Australia and aviation in Australia it’s also the home of the Defence Science and Technology Organisation’s heritage rocket collection.
The volunteers are AMAZING and there’s SO much to see! Some of the planes are HUGE and you can explore the cockpits of most of them too. Lots of fun! There’s a large variety of engines, propellers and memorabilia, technical books and films to check out. The museum building used to be in Darwin in the war and was brought to Port Adelaide just after the war ended.
The Museum continues to develop through the addition of more displays, restorations and general improvement of presentation and facilities. It remains a totally volunteer organisation.
We are open from 10am to 4pm every day except Christmas Day. (Last entry is usually around 3pm)
Adults $15 Concession $10.50 Family $36 (2 Adults & 3 Children) Children (5yrs – 15yrs) $7.50 Children (under 5) Free
66 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide