- Victoria Barracks, Petrie Terrace QLD, Australia
- The Museum conducts Barracks Tours on Wednesdays from 9am to 12 noon. Bookings essential.
- 07 3233 4531 or 0429 954 663
Army Museum South Queensland
Army Museum South Queensland is a heritage-listed site containing many reminders of early life in the Colony of Queensland and the early days of the Commonwealth.
Established in 1984 this museum collects, preserves and exhibits the history of British, Colonial Armies and the Australian Army in South Queensland from 1864 to the present.
Although the buildings in the historic precinct on Petrie Terrace — which includes Victoria Barracks — date from 1864, the majority were built just before or just after Federation.
The Barracks is still in use today as a Tri-Service institution.
The Army Museum South Queensland is part of the Australian Army History Unit. It is the official Army-sponsored Museum in South Queensland related to all the corps and units in South Queensland.
The site also contains Queensland’s oldest tennis court.
Admission includes current exhibition, historical presentation, Barracks tour, silver service Devonshire Tea in the 1864 Officers’ Mess, souvenir booklet and digital photo of your visit.
Bookings essential. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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