Royal Australian Air Force Museum
Point Cook, Victoria Australia
February 2015
Photos by
Alf Batchelder

Roulettes - First performance for 2015 at the RAAF Museum

A big thanks to Alf Batchelder for sending me these great photos.

RAAF Museum is the official museum of the Royal Australian Air Force, the second oldest air force in the world, located at RAAF Williams Point Cook, Victoria Australia. The museum displays aircraft of significance to the RAAF from its inception as the Australian Flying Corps to the present.


Above is a Commonwealth CA-25 Winjeel


The Roulettes are the Royal Australian Air Force's formation aerobatics display team. Unlike the Blues or Thunderbirds, the Roulettes are not full-time performers. They provide many flying displays a year, in Australia and in friendly countries around the South-east Asian region. The Roulettes form part of the RAAF Central Flying School at RAAF Base East Sale, Victoria.

They fly the PC-9/A, designed by Pilatus Switzerland and built under license by Hawker de Havilland in Sydney.







©All photos are taken and copyrighted by Alf Batchelder