Nungarin Heritage Machinery & Army Museum

Nungarin is only a few short hours east of Perth in the central wheatbelt of Western Australia. It is a small town with an amazing military history. During WWII it was the site of one of the state's largest base ordnance depots. After the war, most of the buildings were sold, but of the few that remain, a huge timber framed tank workshop was purchased by the local shire, and is now home to a collection of military and other historic memorabilia.

Military Road, Nungarin WA 6490, Australia
+61 08 90465108
Fax: +61 08 90465308
Weekdays 9.00 am-12.00, 2.00 pm-5.00 pm or by appointment
Adults $5, Pensioners $3, Children free
No problems with disabled access, and a kettle close handy for a welcome cuppa.

The museum contains an imposing display of military memorabilia including a 10th Light Horse collection, a rare Dingo Scout Car, bren-gun carrier, examples of military uniforms and numerous army vehicles as well as an extensive collection of pioneer agricultural equipment and machinery, heritage items, a doll collection, and large display of matchbox toys.