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Victoria is a a state in Australia. Borders New South Wales (NSW) to the north, the Tasman Sea to the east, South Australia (SA) to the west and the by Bass Strait and Tasmania (TAS) to the south.
During during World War II, there were at least 355 military aircraft crashes recorded in Victoria, most as a result of training incidents and accidents. Heritage Victoria protects all aircraft crash sites over 50 years old as historic archaeological sites.
Melbourne capital of Victoria and the second largest city in Australia.
Point Cook located near Melbourne in Victoria includes RAAF Museum.
Eskdale located in the north of Victoria.
Tawonga located in the north of Victoria.
Mount Tawonga (Mt. Tawonga) located Eskdale.
Mildura located in Victoria includes Mildura Airfield.
Werribee located in Victoria includes Werribee Airfield.
Puckapunyal located in Victoria includes Royal Australian Armour Corps Museum (RAACM)
Tyabb located in southern Victoria includes Old Aeroplane Company and Moorabbin Aircraft Museum.
Ballarat located along the Yarrowee River in the Central Highlands.
Wangaratta located in Victoria includes Wangaratta Airfield with Air World (closed) and Precision Aerospace.
Lake Boga located in northwestern Victoria includes Lake Boga Flying Boat Base and Museum.
Geelong located in southern Victoria.
Molesworth located in Victoria.
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