The Darwin Aviation Museum is 8 km from the city centre and has a mammoth B52 bomber, the only one of its kind displayed in the Southern Hemisphere, which has somehow been squeezed inside the purpose build B52 hangar. Be amazed, come and see how.
The B52 dwarfs the other aircraft, which include a Japanese Zero fighter shot down in 1942 and the remains of an RAAF Mirage jet that crashed in a nearby mudflat.
The Darwin Aviation Museum is located on 557 Stuart Highway opposite the Darwin Showgrounds.
Buses 8 and 5 run along the Stuart Hwy and bus stops are right in front of the gate. Buses run every day, including Public Holidays.
Call 131 008 to take a taxi to the museum. You can use the free taxi phone (available at the reception of the museum) to book your return journey.
Seniors / Pensioners $12.00
Children (under 12) $8.00
9:00am – 5:00pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day and Good Friday
557 Stuart Highway, Winnellie NT 0820
Phone: (08) 8947 2145