What's On Display

Our collection includes some of the rarest memorabilia associated with World War II.

We have an assembled Catalina PBY5 Flying Boat on display along with a range of elements of other aircraft, machinery, vehicles, components and photographs.

With over 500 items on display, we have captured a true glimpse of life during World War II.

We also have interactive displays and audio presentations which tell the stories of Australia's historical military history. 

Our collection includes machinery, weapons, armoury, photographs, newspaper clippings, uniforms, engines, components and artefacts from the region.

It also includes video accounts from the men who flew Catalinas in WW II, words from our collection donors, the museum's founding members and Patrick Dillon who diligently recreated many of the items on display back to to their original glory.

Catalina A24-30

A full sized Catalina PBY5 A24-30 has had an external restoration and is on display in our airconditioned hanger.

Display Cabinets

Well spread out with our extra space now that we have moved the Museum from the underground Bunker.

Base Commanders

No.1 Flying Boat Repair Depot - Lake Boga Base Commanders.

Original Bunker

The original underground communications bunker has been reconstructed from old photos and an original floor plan drawing.

Discovery Centre

Our discovery centre offers a theatrette, library and research area where you can watch a short video of the Repair Depot or read about and research war history.

Admission Prices

Adults: $18.00
Concession: $15.00
Children (3-16 years): $10.00
Family (2 adults & 2 children): $40.00
Annual Family Pass: $75.00
Annual Adult Pass: $40.00

Opening Hours

Open everyday

9am - 4pm

Excluding Good Friday and Christmas day

We recognise the original custodians of the lands, the Latji Latji, Wemba Wemba, Barapa Barapa and the Wadi Wadi Nations.