The Meandarra ANZAC Memorial Museum typifies the bravery and self-sacrifice of the first Anzacs, housing a large and comprehensive display of military memorabilia collected by dedicated locals over the past 30 years. The artefacts cover many of the battles in which our local war veterans fought, representing the three Armed Services of Navy, Army and Air Force. The contrasting diversity of the Museum's pieces gives Meandarra a very unique collection including an elevated Canberra Bomber, a Grant Tank in North African colours and a Water Buffalo tank from the South West Pacific Campaigns.
Be moved by the displays of heartfelt letters and cards sent by local diggers to their families back home in The Bunker display, learn the history of each artefact through meticulously researched interpretive panels, and allow your little ones to experience the honour of trying on a real armed services uniform in the kid's corner. The museum hosts its annual open day on Anzac Day each year, accompanied by the opening of a new exhibit. This is the perfect time to visit and experience the magnitude of this amazing museum. Entry on the open day is FREE.
Monday to Friday 10:00am - 4:00pm
Weekends and Public Holidays 10:00am - 2:00pm
Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday
Admission fees apply