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Army Museum of Western Australia, Fremantle
Categories: Military Museums, Museums
Learn about Australia's military history at the Army Museum of Western Australia. The museum covers the country's involvement in global and regional conflicts from the Boer War in South Africa and World Wars I and II to more recent operations in East Timor and Afghanistan. View items such as artillery and vehicles in the main museum, and look at documents, letters, and diaries in the archive. You can arrange a guided tour by contacting the museum in advance or take a self-guided tour on arrival. Volunteers are available to answer your questions, and plenty of off-street parking is available if you arrive from Fremont by car. Add Army Museum of Western Australia to your Fremantle travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Fremantle itinerary planner.
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No information easy to find about the place, just a dot on google maps, drove by it and it was closed on a weekday, couldn't find any brochures or anything else about it at usual tourist spots like at... read more »
Great museum to be visited very informative and all attractions well kept and mantained. recommended
I've been meaning to visit for years. What a wonderful museum. The tour lasts 2 hours but you could spend a day there. A comprehensive and impressive collection. Our tour guide was well informed and w... read more »
Had an awesome time. 3 of us took a tour and the guide was very knowledgeable. The facilities are well laid out and in chronological order from the first days of settlement. Particularly enjoyed the West Australian references. The security guard had some great stories about his time in Singapore, loved it. Well worth the nearly 3hrs we spent there.
So much knowledge and work goes into this place. The staff is amazing
Fabulous place and people. Thank you to our guide today, Peter. Wonderful and memorable few hours. Lest we forget.
It's really good, very worthwhile to go. Some great pieces that actually saw battle. However they are now only allowed to open for guided tours and very restricted hours, which makes it very inconvenient. Hopefully the rules will change next year and they will open as normal.
Great staff The guide tour is excellent and very details information But please prepare the passport or ID card before going to their
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