PROMOTE AND DISPLAY THE MILITARY HERITAGE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
museum is located on the site of historic Keswick Barracks, Anzac Highway, Keswick,
Adelaide, South Australia. .
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Museum is open to the public 12 Noon - 4pm every Sunday
Come along for the Keswick Barracks Heritage Walk on the
of the month at 2.00pm
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Tours and Functions Coordinator
Nick Meredith is our Tours and Functions Coordinator. Please phone or email Nick to arrange for your group to visit the Museum for a tour, Heritage Walk or a meal. Nick is available on:
Mobile: 0438 875 900 or
|This is an exciting new development managed by RSL SA.The RSL Virtual War Memorial can be found at RSL Virtual War Memorial.
The RSL Virtual War Memorial is to be the definitive resource and repository for anyone wanting to research, study or contribute to the commemoration of South Australia's and the Northern Territory's socio-military history. The task will be ongoing - it is an ambitious one. We are going to build the capacity to present a web page for every service man and woman who has gone in harm's way in the country's name since the Boer War.
In the first instance our priority will be those people named on the memorial infrastructure throughout the State and Territory. Ultimately we want to do so for everyone who served, whether they were named on a memorial or not.
For further information contact:
RSL SA Inc ANZAC House Victoria Drive Adelaide SA 5000
Phone: 08 8100 7300
Bailey Bridge Display was opened on Wednesday 5th March 2014
Mr Ken Daly,
President of the RAE Association
opened the display
(Click on the photo label to see a video sequence of the Bailey Bridge assembly)
The opening of the World War I Gallery
occurred on Wednesday 26th March 2014
Come along on any Sunday afternoon from 12 noon to 3.00pm to see this exciting new Exhibit
Large Technology Objects Team have restored an 1853 Smooth Bore 24 Pounder Howitzer
The Large Technology Objects Team have recently restored this Howitzer which is now located in the main gallery of the Museum at Keswick Barracks. It was formally located in the Government House Grounds adjacent to the main gates.
Check out this website called Weekend Notes for information about the Army Museum Weekend Notes
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