Royal Australian Infantry Corps Museum

Royal Australian Infantry Corps Museum

The role of the Infantry Museum is to collect, preserve and exhibit the history of the Australian infantry soldier. The Museum is located within the Singleton Army Camp, which is the home of the army's Infantry Centre. The collection includes uniforms weapons, medals equipment and memorabilia. Current exhibitions include "Kokoda - The Bloody Track", "Korean War", "Tools of Trade", "The Tasmanians", "The Owen Gun Story" and "WWII Remembered".

Address: 
Lone Pine Barracks, Singleton, NSW
Tel: 
0265703257
Hours: 
9am-4pm Wed-Sun
Admission: 
Adult $3, pensioners/children $2, family $7
Facilities: 
Wheelchair access, shop, guided tours, theatrette, barbeque facilities, school groups specially catered for.
Collection: 
Estimated 12,000 objects
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Items

Rifle

Wooden Substitute

Description:
Bush timber construction with mock up steel bayonet. Used for training in WWII when no weapons were available.
Date:
circa 1939
Item Id Number:
ICM 2856

Statue

Woollahra War Memorial

Creator:
William P MacIntosh
Description:
Lifesize soldier figure of World War I in bayonet charge.
Date:
1919
Item Id Number:
ICM 2870

Medal Group

Medal Group: Major General Henderson, AO, DSO, OBE

Description:
AO, DSO, OBE, Campaign awards to Maj Gen WG Henderson WWII to Vietnam. DFC 8 campaign awards to WO2 Harris.
Date:
1939-1970
Item Id Number:
ICM 2314

Flag

Colours: 8/9 Battalion Royal Australian Regiment

Description:
Flags with battle honours of regiment - laid up in 1997.
Date:
circa 1940
Item Id Number:
ICM 2553