Admission is only a $10 donation per person; there is no charge for visitors under 16 years.
Attendance at an engine run - when conducted - is an extra $10. For more details on the engine runs, go here.
For an inspirational insight into the production of the aircraft, download this original footage. This original photo of A72-176 was generously sent to us.
Details of the Regular engine run information; of the P&W 1830 radial engine!!
The B-24 Liberator Memorial Australia has gained Accreditation by Museums Australia (Victoria), meeting set criteria from the National Standards for Australian Museums and Galleries and joins the 75 Victorian collections Accredited in Victoria.
“We are delighted to recognise the hard work and commitment shown by the team at the B-24. Caring for our shared heritage is an important task and by becoming accredited the B-24 has proven to be a leading museum in Victoria.”
Simone Ewenson, Co-Manager, Museum Accreditation Program, Museums Australia (Victoria)
Our newsletters - published every two months - are bursting with the latest news that is happening around the hangar.
John Kubale has completed the overhaul of the Link Trainer. John has gone to great lengths to ensure that the trainer is fully operational.
The 2023 Committee of Management was announced at the AGM in November 2022.
Open Day to celebrate the beginning of the Avro Anson restoration project
Museum Precinct Expansion
We are most fortunate that Melbourne Water is undertaking a project to dismantle the larger World War II hangar at the far end of the Werribee airfield (Hangar 1), relocate it adjacent to our restoration hangar (Hangar 2) and refurbish Hangar 1 to contemporary building standards. It is likely that the refurbished hangar will be handed to us in late 2026 or early 2027. Once this has occurred, we shall relocate the B-24 Liberator in Hangar 1, where it will be showcased with much more space. Work on other aircraft - currently the Airspeed Oxford and Avro Anson - will continue in Hangar 2.