The RFDS have a number of tourist centres around the country where you can visit to learn more about the work of the Flying Doctor. By visiting one of our tourist facilities you are supporting the work of the RFDS.
RFDS tourist centres provide a varity of interactive experiences where you can see what happens at a working RFDS base, learn about the rich history of the world's first aeromedical organisation and find out more about how the Flying Doctor supports over 1000 country Australians everyday.
Click on the map below to find out more about visitors centres near you.
Did you know there are a number of other sites you can visit to learn more about the story of the Flying Doctor?
John Flynns Grave, Alice Springs
National Museum of Australia, Canberra
School of the Air, Alice Springs
Jimmy Darcy Grave, Halls Creek
John Flynn Place Museum, Cloncurry
Got a long drive ahead of you? Make sure you download the Flying Doctor Podcast to keep you company. In this podcast, we talk to real patients and their families about mateship, life in the bush, and the role that the Royal Flying Doctor Service plays in servicing rural communities.