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Army Museum of Western Australia

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Hours: Wednesday through to Sunday 11am - 4pm


The Army Museum is located in the historic Artillery Barracks in Fremantle. It is the longest continually occupied military establishment in Western Australia.

The WA Army museum has a series of galleries showcasing the entire Colonial and Post Federation periods including both World Wars through to through to Korea, Vietnam and more recent operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. There are many significant military heritage items on display, including a substantial collection of tanks and other armoured vehicles.

The museum also has the following services available to the public:
* Medal mounting service.
* Individual records research (particularly applicable to World War 1 and World War 2).

Entry Cost
Adults: $10.00, Seniors/Children $7.00, Family Groups: $20.00
Guided tours can be arranged by appointment
Museum memberships are available

Opening Hours
Wednesday through to Sunday 11am - 4pm


Burt Street, Fremantle



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Rated by 3 guests
Would recommend!
One of the best military museums I've ever been to. There's so much on display that it would definitely take multiple visits to feel like you've appreciated it all. Incredible artefacts on display that will interest anybody. The tours are mandatory from what I understand, but the guides are brilliant and an absolute trove of information! Well worth the $12 fee. Don't miss out this museum on your visit.

Margaret W
Gret place would recommend!
Great place to visit. Our guide was excellent—very knowledgeable and answered all our questions. The museum is manned by enthusiastic volunteers. I cannot recommend this Museum enough. It is a shame this place is not publicised more.

Matt Dilley
I had a great time with my carer and guide dog. Everyone was so welcoming to us.
And a special thanks to Ken for the tour. We had an awesome time