RMIT conducts flight training at the Point Cook Airfield, the oldest operating airfield in the world and the birthplace of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
Point Cook was Australia's first military air base. It is also the location of the Royal Australian Air Force museum.
Features and facilities
RMIT University's Point Cook site provides easy access to airspace, terrain and urban development, which maximises navigational experiences.
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Maps and buildings
Our Point Cook site is located at the Point Cook Airfield, 20 kilometres south-west of the centre of Melbourne.Maps and buildings
Local sights and attractions
Point Cook is located along Victoria’s picturesque Port Phillip Bay, bordered on its coastal side by the Cheetham Wetlands and Point Cook Coastal Park.
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Point Cook is 20 kilometres south-west of the centre of Melbourne, close to Port Phillip bay.
Whether you’re a visitor or student, there is short and long-term accommodation options available near our Point Cook site.
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