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Second/Fourteenth Light Horse Regiment (QMI) Museum
Enoggera, Brisbane Area

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07 3871 1898

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The museum is located within a working army barracks and displays uniforms, medals, equipment, banners, original battlefield artefacts, photos and memorabilia. Featured light horse items from 1860-1942 cover colonial times, the Boer War, WWI and militia days. Royal Australian Armoured Corps history on display from 1942 - present includes SW Pacific, Vietnam, East Timor and Iraq.

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Group tours can be scheduled by prior arrangement.

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Children welcome

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Chauvel Drive
Gallipoli Barracks
Queensland 4051 Australia

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07 3871 1898

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