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Australian Army Signals Museum Macleod, Victoria

This Museum is one of three army museums situated in the Simpson Barracks, Macleod.

Contact Information

Molloy Road, Simpson Barracks Macleod VIC 3085 (map)
+61 (03) 8481 7876

Opening Hours

It is open on Tuesdays, 9am to 3.30pm, or by appointment.

Entry Fee

Admission is by a suggested donation $5, children free.


Molloy Road Simpson Barracks Macleod Victoria

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The Australian Army Signals Museum displays signalling equipment used by the Australian Army from 1885 and memorabilia relating to the Boer War, World Wars I and II, and subsequent actions. Displays include a replica ?Rats of Tobruk? Signals Office, exhibits relating to Korea, Malaya, Vietnam and UN Peace Keeping operations, a Women in Signals display, a wide range of heliographs, lamps, cipher, military radios and Special Operations Equipment, and an interactive Morse Code facility.

Anne 14 September 2015 4:07 PM

Hello I am current researching my Grandfather WW1 journey. He was with the 14th Battalion at Gallipoli and went on to the Western Front. On 20/01/1917 Join Div Signalling Sectional La Chausse France I wish to gain information on the type of equipment and this duties. During the Messines battle June 1917 he ended up as a Runner for which he was awarded the Military Medal I am guessing this was probably due to communications being damaged and urgent messages were required between FOO & Headquarters. I work Mon-Friday 8.30 - 5pm - If possible would like to visit the museum any other time I would be appreciated. Regards Anne

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