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Decided to take friends from Melbourne here on spur of the moment as noticed it was open on our way back to car park after doing Jezzine Barracks walk. Don't let the small frontage fool you - it is deceivably large & packed full of...More
Great exhibits that span multiple conflicts. Original armour and weaponry on display with mock setups to show the environment the diggers went through. Took my Grandfather through and he was thoroughly impressed.
The museum is located at Jezzine Barracks Townsville. Staffed by volunteers it is subject to restricted opening hours. Entry is free and the museum has an excellent collection specific to the Australian Army in the North Queensland region covering both pre and post Federation up...More
The staff are friendly and knowledgeable. The 3 sections, with in the museum, all depict different eras. The work that has gone into the displays is commendable. There is lots of information to read and artifacts to view.
I was completely in awe of the work that has gone into this museum. So very well thought out and well preserved. The wall with the name of soldiers has been done with such craftsmanship. Are sure you travel into rooms 2&3 as they can...More
This is a fantastic display of our defence forces involvement through global conflicts since it's conception. The displays are fantastic and re informative, helpful volunteers add to the experience with their wealth of knowledge and experience. A must do when in the area. Check for...More
This was a really great and informative museum. There was a wide range of exhibits and they were very well organised. While the volunteers were quite knowledgable they did have a habit of interrupting at times. I wonder if it would work to use some...More