Australian Army Infantry Museum, Singleton

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Australian Army Infantry Museum is located in Singleton. Use our Singleton holiday planner to visit Australian Army Infantry Museum on your trip to Singleton, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Been there with my family. $8 per adult and free for my kid. You will see a gun, Helicopter, etc. Worth of visit if you are in the area.  more »
  • Would recommend it to anyone visiting Singleton to check out the School of Infantry Museum. Would have liked more time to look at all floors but what I saw was terrific.  more »
  • $8 an adult for entry to what is a gallery more than a museum and about 5 mins away in all directions from Singleton itself. As infantry in Australia date back from colonial times to the current Middl...  more »
  • Great displays, well presented and very informative. Lots of items on display. Cafe and gift shop too. Also has a lift for the mobility challenged.
  • One the best museums I've been to. Awsome and immaculate displays of all of Australias campains including weapons and uniforms on display. There's even a full size chopper hanging inside. Two levels with a giant TV screen saying the story of our troops over the years. If your in Singleton you have to visit this place. There's a cafeteria and gift shop also.
  • Not huge, but beautifully displayed with significant items. There's a decent cafe for light meals. Follow the signs from the main road.