Wentworth Military Collection

Located at the Historic Port of Wentworth, the Wentworth Military Collection is a Military Museum and a must see for the avid military history buff, servicemen and women past and present or anyone who has a connection to the Australian armed forces. The Wentworth Military Collection is now home to the Marching Matilda Experience. This

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Molong & District Servicemen & Servicewomen’s Portrait Gallery

All the portraits in this unique collection, were painted by artist Anne Marie Ingham. She gave her time to this project in gratitude for the sacrifices of these men and women, representing all from this area who served in our armed forces. She hoped it would enhance public awareness of their efforts. The first portraits

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Australian Army Museum of New South Wales

The Australian Army Museum of NSW (AAMNSW) was founded in 1977. It is housed in what was the gaol complex of Victoria Barracks.  The Victoria Barracks complex dates from its first occupation in 1848, and is one of the finest examples of British colonial military architecture of the Victoria era, in the Southern Hemisphere. The

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Newington Armory

Newington Armory is a heritage-listed former naval armaments depot that has been reborn as a unique arts venue.  It offers the Armory Gallery, once a WWII explosives store, now transformed into a 500 sqm contemporary art gallery, and Building 20, a 19th Century gunpowder magazine, that presents site-specific installations and smaller exhibitions.

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Anzac Memorial Hyde Park

The Anzac Memorial was created as a place to remember the Great War (1914 – 1918). Completed in 1934  the Memorial is both a work of art and a remarkable piece of architecture. Designed by Australian architect Charles Bruce Dellit in collaboration with George Rayner Hoff, an English sculptor, the memorial is a key site

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Australian Army Infantry Museum

The Australian Army Infantry Museum (AAIM) is the custodian of Infantry Corps history and its customs and traditions. The Museum collection ranges from the colonial armies and their first deployments overseas in the nineteenth century through to today’s twenty first century diggers. From its beginnings in 1965, the collection was originally housed at Ingleburn, before

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Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre

The Navy Heritage Centre is closed for all visitors until further notice.   

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Breakwater Battery Military Museum

Please note that the Breakwater Battery Military Museum is currently closed.  The Museum is now operated by Wollongong Heritage Collections Inc, a new organisation formed in August 2019.   Efforts are underway to open the museum as soon as practicable.  If you wish an email to be sent to you when it does re-open, send your

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La Perouse Museum

The La Perouse Museum sits within a spectacular historic landscape on the northern headland of Botany Bay within the Botany Bay National Park. The dramatic view extends east to the Pacific Ocean, south across the sheltered waters of Botany Bay to the landing place of Captain Cook at Kurnell, and west to the distant industrial

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Fleet Air Arm Museum

The Royal Australian Navy invites you, your family and friend to visit the Fleet Air Arm Museum at HMAS Albatross Nowra. Explore and experience the story of Naval Aviation from its beginnings to the present day. The Fleet Air Arm Museum consists of a large main facility, based on the design of an aircraft hangar,

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Coolamon RSL Museum

The award winning museum houses an extensive collection of military items from pre-federation to the present day. Originally known as the Coffee Palace, the RSL Hall in Coolamon has seen many changes. Purchased by the RSL in 1919, the hall has been a home for former soldiers who found themselves down on their luck. During

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Temora Aviation Museum

Temora has a rich and noteworthy aviation history having been home to the No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School (10 EFTS) set up by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) in May 1941. No 10 EFTS was the largest and longest lived of the flying schools established under the Empire Air Training Scheme during World

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Narromine Aviation Museum

Living stories on one of Australia’s truly historic aerodromes. Come and see the fascinating story of nearly a century of aviation in the Narromine region, as told through photographs, records, artefacts and aircraft. The displays are divided into three eras: 1916-39: The time of the ‘barnstormers’. What is now Australia’s oldest regional aero club hosted such

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Illawarra Museum Wollongong

The Illawarra Museum Wollongong focuses on the heritage and history of Wollongong. The collection is housed in the former Post and Telegraph Office built between 1865 and 1882–an excellent example of late colonial architecture. The Museum collection conveys a sense of life in the days before Wollongong was dominated by heavy industry. The foyer features

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Berrima District Museum

Located in the delightful historic village of Berrima, Southern Highlands this exceptional museum brings to life the history of the district. The museum’s popular exhibition space, the digital gallery, has a new exhibition about the Gardens of the Southern Highlands and the people who created them, past and present. All are viewed on high definition

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Dunedoo Historical Society

Dunedoo Historical Society is located in the Main Street of Dunedoo at the Old Westpac Building. The building also houses our local library which value adds to the Museum with its collection of local history books and photos. The Museum has both an in-house display of memorabilia including mining history, agricultural history, military history, Aboriginal

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RAAF Wagga Heritage Centre

In addition to the Heritage Centre, pictured, the RAAF Base Wagga has a display of static aircraft at the front gate which can be viewed at any time. Currently a Canberra bomber, Meteor jet, Mirage and Sabre fighters and a Winjeel trainer may be seen on display. Wagga Wagga RAAF Museum was officially opened in June 1995

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McCrossin’s Mill Museum and Function Centre

You can sense it the minute you walk through the doors of McCrossin’s Mill. The building: granite, brickwork, whitewash.  Robust.  No adornments. Permanent Exhibit A. You can feel something here.  Like somebody beckoning, whispering. Uralla, the beginning and the end of bushranger, Captain Thunderbolt, shot dead in 1870. On the ground floor, a set of

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Lake Tabourie Museum

The Museum’s exhibits include snakes, spiders, aboriginal artefacts, minerals, local marine life and shells with a number of historical furnished rooms on display, along with Australiana rural life, Aboriginal culture and local history. This history museum is located on the Princes Highway at Tabourie Lake, eleven kms south of Ulladulla on the South Coast of

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Coraki Museum – Mid-Richmond Historical Society Inc

Coraki Museum is housed in the historic Woodburn Shire Council Chambers and contains an extensive collection of local artefacts, memorabilia, family histories and photographs from the earliest white settlement. There is a comprehensive maritime history section along with and outdoor shed containing farming and ship building equipment. Our War Memorial room contains the Honour Boards

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