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Model planes, police patches and so much more,
Ambulance patches
Items from the Boer War
A very small section of our World War Two display
Map of Military and Memorabilia Museum
Ashby Lane
Queensland 4660 Australia

Military and Memorabilia Museum
Childers, Bundaberg Area

07 4126 1545
1800 308 888


The Military and Memorabilia Museum is "unquestionably one of the best displays of military memorabilia outside the Canberra war memorial" as was the 'wrap' placed on the collections at the Military and Memorabilia Museum by the judges when Childers won Queensland's Best Heritage Town in 2010. The collection includes countless items associated with various emergency services including police, ambulance, fire brigade, SES and nurses. The museum also dedicates a large part to remembering our service men and women from Boer War to present day conflicts. It also showcases appliances from bygone eras making the collection tally up to 30,000 items from over 140 countries.

Property Details


  • Access Without Assistance for the Disabled
    Non-assisted Access
  • Car park
    Car park
  • Parking for the Disabled
    Disabled Parking

Open Times

Note: Open from 0900 until 1400 Monday to Friday, Saturday and Sunday 0900 until 1200. Open public holidays, contact operator for details.
Public Holidays: Open after hours upon request. Please contact the operator.

Other Information

The display is wheelchair accessible.

How To Get There

The Military and Memorabilia Museum is situated at the southern end of Ashby Lane just off the Bruce Highway that runs through Childers. Please contact the operator for further information.

Entry Costs

EntryCostValid From 
Adult$5.00   12 Apr - 30 Jun    
(Aged 5-12)
$2.50   12 Apr - 30 Jun    

* Please note: These rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available costs of listed products and services. To obtain a firm price from the provider, please use the contact the operator. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.