The Military Museum in the town of Merredin houses Western Australia’s largest collection of restored military vehicles and equipment. Stroll around the museum to examine the vehicles that were used by the Australian Armed Forces during the two World Wars, as well as the Korean and Vietnam wars. Several vehicles are still in working order and have been proudly restored to their original state.
View the masks and uniforms worn by the soldiers and the weaponry used to win many battles. Call the Merredin Visitor Centre in advance to organise an extremely informative guided tour around the museum.
Purchase a detailed booklet at the museum about the extensive collection and various World War II sites and attractions within Merredin including the World War II hangars and Army General Hospital site.
Merredin is the largest regional town in the Central Eastern Wheatbelt and is a three hour drive east of Perth. Various walk trails within Merredin and the surrounding region offer an opportunity to discover the magnificent countryside and several historic sites along the way.
Hours of opening
To arrange a guide contact the Merredin Visitor Centre.