The museum covers the history of the 9th Battalions since 1867 with artefacts and memorabilia from the Boer War, the 9th Battalions (including the Moreton Regiment) and through to present serving unit 9RQR.
Visit the Library and Research Centre to discover details about the Battle of Milne Bay, which helped save Australia in WW2. The building is the former Sandgate Army Drill Hall, which was built in 1915.
Army Museum South Queensland (formerly known as the Victoria Barracks Museum) is a Heritage-listed site containing many reminders of early life in the Colony of Queensland and the early days of the Commonwealth. The buildings date from 1864, although the majority were built just before or just after Federation. The Barracks is still in use […]
The RAAF Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre is a must-see attraction for those visiting south-east Queensland, especially if interested in military aviation history Opened in June 2011, the Heritage Centre has a range of displays, including a World War II Boston Bomber, courtesy of the Papua New Guinea Government, a Vietnam-era Canberra bomber, Caribou airlifter, Sabre […]
The Queensland Military Historical Society’s Museum showcases chronological exhibits from the early 1800s to the modern era, relating the history of Queenslanders’ service in the Queensland and Commonwealth Defence Forces, both in times of peace and during war. It also highlights the role of the Allies of the Colony and Commonwealth during war. Location: 28 […]