- This military museum is in an old railway shed alongside the railway line. The educational display emphasizes the personal side of war and includes a family at home during wartime. Each section in Bayonets and Bandages Museum depicts the 1860s, when Australian soldiers fought in British units against Maoris in New Zealand and ending with a small display of the East Timor war. In the WWI bay there is a bunker, gas masks, field radio and models in uniform. Other displays include the Light Horse, Australian Women's Land Army, a field hospital and communications area.
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- tel: +61 2 6238 0299
- 46 Majara Street
- Bungendore, NSW 2621
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