South Australian
Aviation Museum
New entrance 16 Bedford Street, Port Adelaide

SAAM has 27 significant Aircraft on display, all of them under cover in our display hangars. Several of our aircraft are the only examples of their type on display in Australia. Most of the aircraft have flown in South Australia at some point in their life and every one has a story and a history. Six of SAAM's aircraft have done service in the RAAF Aircraft Research and Development Unit (ARDU). Visitors can enter the cabins of 7 of the aircraft. To find out more about our aircraft, click on the photos (or links) below.

Aircraft on Display
360 degree Cockpit Photos

One of SAAM's latest projects is to present a collection of 360 degree photographs from inside our aircraft. The first group of photographs feature the cockpit and cabin of SAAM's Lockheed AP-3C Orion, delivered from the Ricoh Theta website. The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A Hornet cockpit and General Dynamics F-111C cockpits are delivered from the Kuula website. Click on the image and when it loads from the Theta or Kuula website(s) you can 'click and drag' around.
AP-3C Orion - Cockpit
Orion Cockpit

AP-3C Orion - Forward of rear door

AP-3C Orion - Main work area

AP-3C Orion - Workstation behind cockpit
General Dynamics F-111C
F111 Cockpit

McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A Hornet
FA-18  Cockpit

Aircraft in Restoration
Aircraft in Storage

G.A.F. Nomad N22 VH-SUP
Grunau IV Glider VH-GDV
Percival Proctor RAF NP184
Hornet Flying Wing
Fokker Triplane (7/8 scale)
Terrafly Ultralight 10-0571