Vintage Tiger Moth Joy Flights

Vintage Tiger Moth Joy Flights

Address: Williams Rd, Point Cook, Victoria 3030

Mobile: 0433 347 068  |  Fax: 03 9395 3330  


Take a step back in time as you climb aboard the award winning 1940s Tiger Moths. These aircrafts were used to train combat pilots in WWII.

You will look the part wearing our leather flying helmet, goggles, gloves and flying jacket as you feel the wind in your face and experience the freedom of open cockpit flying.

First flying in 1931, this rugged aeroplane has forged a reputation for reliability and safety. The aircraft can perform a wide range of aerobatic manoeuvres such as spins, loops and barrel rolls.

You will never know the sheer joy of flying until you take a flight in the legendary Tiger Moth. Bring a friend along and try a formation flight.

For the thrill seekers take a ride in the awesome Yak 52 Russian aerobatic aircraft. The ultimate 3D rollercoaster ride without the theme park queues! Carve up the sky with high speed loops and rolls.

Get the adrenalin pumping as you experience an inverted spin, if you dare. Try some aerobatics yourself, even if you can't fly. The Yak is equally at home completing gentle turns and dives with the canopy open for a more leisurely flight.

They operate from historic Point Cook Airfield which is the oldest continuously operating military air base in the world. It is also home for the RAAF Museum. They fly 7 days a week and bookings are essential. Gift vouchers are available.

Safety is their number one priority and all their pilots are highly skilled professionals with Qantas.

The aircraft are all meticulously maintained with Tiger Moth VH-LJM winning the Concourse d'Elegance Award for Best Warbird Trainer at the 2005 Australian International Air show.

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Cancellation and booking policy

A $50 deposit must be payed when making a booking. A $50 cancellation fee applies if the booking is canceled with less than 24 hours notice or there is a 'no show' for the flight.

Local directions

Point Airfield is only 25 minutes from Melbourne along the Princess Freeway. Melways map 198-J6. The nearest railway station is 'Aircraft' on the Werribee line and is 7 kilometres from the airport. You will find us on the Southern Tarmac at the Point Cook Flying Club.


  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Guide
  • Lockers
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet
  • Sheltered area
  • Visitor information centre
  • Viewing platform


  • Scenic Flights

Opening hours

Closed Christmas Day

Disabled access

Contact operator for further details.

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