Absolutely!  Just tell your pilot if you are bringing your camera in the aircraft.

All Adventure Flight passengers, with family and friends, are most welcome to inspect the Museum.  Our Adventure Flight aircraft are on display in the Museum, and volunteers are usually on hand to assist with enquiries and passenger and aircraft handling. 

The Benalla Aviation Museum is dedicated to the memory of those who served at No. 11 Elementary Flying Training School (EFTS) during the dark days of World War Two.  Almost 3,000 pilots were trained at Benalla for the war effort.  Some were to lose their lives in accidents and on active service.

In addition to the flying Winjeel, Nanchang and Moth 'Minor', exhibits in the museum include a Vampire jet trainer, a Jindivik drone, a Mignet 'Flying Flea' and various turbine and piston aircraft engines.  Museum volunteers are restoring a wartime 'Tiger Moth' biplane trainer and a GAF 'Nomad' army tactical transport aircraft.

Unlike many other aircraft museums, the Benalla Aviation Museum is a 'living' museum which accommodates three historic aircraft that fly and are available to the public for Adventure Flights.  It is also a registered Men's Shed.  New members are always welcome.