Aviation, Military, Transport and
Maritime Museums in Australia


North-West corner of Tyabb Aerodrome
73 Mornington-Tyabb Road
Tyabb, Victoria

P: (03) 5977 3355
F: (03) 5977 3315
W: unknown

The name Judy Pay is synonymous with the Warbird movement in Australia. Judy owns, maintains and flies several warbirds and holds them on display at the National Air Museum in Tyabb, less than an hour’s drive east of Melbourne.

Included in the airworthy fleet is a rare Merlin-powered Kittyyhawk, a P-51D Mustang, T-38 Trojan, Harvard, Vampire and Tiger Moth. Airframes under restoration include another DH Vampire, Fiesler Storch and a Piper Cub Cruiser.

Please note that this is NOT the official site of The Old Aeroplane Company. This listing is supplied purely as an information source for people looking for aviation-related museums in Australia. Grubby Fingers is not affiliated with The Old Aeroplane Company nor the National Air Museum in any way.

For any queries about The Old Aeroplane Company or the National Air Museum, please contact them directly via the contact details supplied above.

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This page was last updated 16 February 2015