Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre

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Since the very early days of Australian Aviation, Nhill has played an important part as a refuelling station and later, during World War II a training facility for the Royal Australian Air Force. 
From the beginning of aviation in Nhill in 1919 when a 100 hp De Havilland DH6 aeroplane landed on the Nhill Racecourse, the history of flight in Nhill has involved the community as much as the aircraft and the people who flew them. In 1930 Amy Johnson landed in Nhill during her record breaking solo flight from England to Australia.
In 1940 the Royal Australian Airforce established a training base at Nhill, which by 1945 had seen well over 10,000 service men and women live, work and train.
Today the Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre is very unique in that it is situated on the original site of the RAAF training base and provides a glimpse of those times and life through informative displays and memorabilia including the four main training aircraft stationed at the base during WWII; an Avro Anson aircraft currently being restored, a Wirraway, Tiger Moth and Link Trainer all in working order.
Address and contact details
Aerodrome Road, Nhill, Victoria 3418
Phone: 0490 657 770

Opening Hours
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays (Excluding Christmas Day and Good Friday).
10am-4pm or by appointment 
$10 Entry for Adults. $8 concession/groups of 10 or more. Children and NAHC Members FREE