Working in Navy Aviation will put you at the forefront of ADF humanitarian relief operations and exercises. Deploying to parts of Australia and overseas, you'll have the chance to make a positive, long-lasting difference to the lives of others, learning a lot about yourself in the process. Learn more
HMAS Albatross, home to the RAN's Fleet Air Arm, is located in the Shoalhaven Shire, a place with a long history of involvement in Australia's aviation development. Located in south-eastern NSW, approximately 2 hours south of Sydney, it is a beautiful part of Australia. Jervis Bay is 15 minutes from HMAS Albatross and offers 160 kilometres of coastline with 109 beaches, claiming the whitest sand in the world.
Our Pilots and Maritime Aviation Warfare Officers are a unique cockpit team. Responsible for the strategic employment and safety of the aircraft and its crew, they work from within the Navy's fleet of advanced air capable war ships. Our Aerospace Engineers work with the Navy's range of high-tech helicopters, to manage and design the maintenance and repairs of their integrated weapons systems, sensors and flight simulators. Learn more
Behind every great aircraft there's an even better aircraft technician. As a technician in the Navy it's the equipment you work with that really sets your job apart. In the Aircraft stream, you'll look after the engine and flight control systems, aircraft structures and finishes. Or in Avionics, take responsibility for aircraft electrical systems, anti-submarine sensor systems and flight instruments. Learn more
Deployed on board ships at sea, the Navy's fleet of helicopters is built to withstand the extreme environmental conditions associated with life at sea. They execute a range of operations including surface and anti-submarine warfare, search and rescue, transportation, and medical evacuations. Learn more