very well organised museum located on army land. gate may appear closed but its not. Take care that last entry is 1.30 with closure at 3. Volunters throughout the museum will assist. entry fee. see wen for full details
About Army Museum of Western Australia
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Off the beaten track getting there but worth the walk. No the usual place to visit as you have to have a guide seeing that it is still a working military base. Never the less worth a visit.
Found this museum on google. Well worth a visit. You will spent quite a while here going through the history of Australia and its involvement in various wars. Great exhibition and super friendly volunteers to guide you. You will not be disappointed.
I've visited military museums around the world and found the Army Museum of Western Australia among the best. Our guide, Ray, added another dimension to the excellent displays of Australia's military history. He's actually hiked the Kokoda Track and walked the Gallopoli battlefields. It was...More
This museum retraces Australia's military history from its early colonial militia units to modern peace keeping missions. Displays are very well done, explanatory notes are concise and informative. Guided tours are free and worthwhile if you don't have much time on hand. Guides are very...More
A really interesting place to visit with a comprehensive collection of items covering Australian military history. The displays are well presented and the information included with the displays is excellent. Our guide was very good and made the tour very interesting with his little anecdotes...More
A wonderful display of Army history. Well set out. Our free volunteer guide was excellent. Allow at least 2 hours for this visit. Well worth the small entry fee.
Arrived by train from Perth and should have taken the free CAT bus which has a stop not far from the museum. However, I decided to walk and as it was a rather hot day I was somewhat drained by the time I arrived at...More