On ANZAC Day in 1929, former members of the Australian Flying Corps, decided to maintain their comradeship and recreate the spirit of solidarity and values they experienced as members of the AFC by establishing an AFC Association which came to Perth, Western Australia in May 1929.
The Australian Flying Corp evolved into the Royal Australian Air Force Association, an organisation which now includes Divisions in each State and a National Office in Canberra. The Association exists to support Australian Aviation ex-servicemen and women.
From those small beginnings the WA Division now has 6 retirement villages comprising 1416 independent living units, 19 assisted independent units, 446 Aged Care places and 13 motel units. The Association also supports our members and veterans through existing welfare services and a new range of homecare programs we are in the process of developing.
Our Air Force Memorial Estate, in Bull Creek, is also home to the Aviation Heritage Museum which houses thousands of unique artefacts telling the story of Australia's civil and military aviation history.
A respected, financially secure, adaptable organisation growing on a broad base of caring and supportive services.
To provide camaraderie and supportive care whilst maintaining traditions and heritage for all members of the Division, members and former members of the Australian Defence Force and general community through the provision of welfare services within Western Australia.
If you wish to use our club facilities, please see the Membership section.
In regard to our Aged Care Facilities they are Commonwealth Funded therefore anyone is eligible and no membership or military service background is required. Please see the Aged Care Services section for further details.