Primary contact2 Bull Creek Drive, Bull Creek
Perth, Western Australia 6149
The Aviation Heritage Museum of Western Australia, the Bull Creek Collection, is owned and operated by the Western Australian Division of the RAAF Association. The beginnings of the museum date from early 1929 when the Association was formed.
During the 1960s and 70s the Association along with various private individuals collected a multitude of aviation heritage memorabilia including aircraft, aircraft parts, aircraft engines, books, photographs and artifacts. By 1971 the informal collection had grown to such a size that the Association began planning a museum to house it all. That same year the Aviation Historical Group was formed from members of the Association and other interested individuals. The group also consisted of private collectors and restorers of aircraft from all around Perth. For further information about the history, see the website.
The Aviation Heritage Museum has five main roles: