Darwin Military Museum
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From the 1st November 2016 to 30th April 2017 the The Darwin Military Museum will open at 10am and will close at 3:30pm. Located at picturesque East Point Reserve, just 10 minutes drive from the city centre, this unique collection of artillery is housed in the original concrete bunker used by the army to plan the strategy for the wartime defence of Australia's northern shores.
Also includes a video showing dramatic footage of Darwin being bombed during WWII.
Come to the Military Museum and find out the fascinating history of Darwin's war time involvement during WW2. Let us reveal the truth of the 64 Japanese raids that took place on Darwin over almost 2 years. Discover how these raids were kept a secret from the Australian population and have now been made public.
The Museum is not just for those interested in militaria, but should be essential viewing for all the members of the family. It is a part of Australias Wartime history! Adult $18:00 Child (0- to under 5 years) FOC Child (5 to under 16 years) $8:00 NT students during school time FOC until 1st January 2016 Interstate/international students $8:00 NT seniors (over 65 years) $8:00 Interstate/international Seniors (over 65 years) $13:00 Military personnel (ADF and others with ID card) $13:00 Family pass (2xadults and 2x children under 16 years) $40:00 Tour Groups rates by application.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE ARE NO EFTPOS FACILITIES AVAILABLE AT THE MUSEUM.
45min walk from Fannie Bay Goal.