The Museum’s address is at Artillery Barracks, 6 Burt Street, Fremantle, Western Australia 6160.

Visiting hours for the public are between 10:00am and 1:00pm each day, on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. We are closed for Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. PLEASE NOTE: the visits take approximately two hours. The Museum will close and needs to be vacated of visitors at 3:00pm.

To view/download a site plan of the museum click here.

To view/download a gallery layout plan click here.

We may be able to accommodate a Group Tour outside normal hours of operation in special circumstances, but this would need to be arranged through our main office.

All adult visitors to the museum must have the appropriate photo ID.

PLEASE NOTE: Our lift is Out of ORDER and cannot be used. It is unfortunate and beyond our control and means access to our second floor is limited to a flight of stairs only. Our sincerest apologies for any inconvenience caused.

If you require further information, please contact the main office on 9430 2535

Onsite parking is not available for the general public however, if you have an ACROD Parking Permit, you will be allowed to park your vehicle inside on the main parade ground. All visitors on official museum business who have appropriate ID will be admitted and can park onsite.


School and group tours are by arrangement.

All tour groups from recognised organisation’s that have made a tour booking will be admitted. (These groups should use the Tour Booking Form). For organised group tours, there is ample onsite parking available for buses and coaches.

To view/download a site plan of the museum click here.

To view/download a gallery layout plan click here.

EDUCATION ACTIVITY RISK MANAGEMENT. Documentation can be viewed here

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Public Liability cover for all museum staff and visitors is provided by the Department of Defence through the Commonwealth Government provider up to an amount of $20,000,000. 

See Current Certificate here.

Admissions – Private Entry: Admissions – Group Tours Entry:
Adults Adults
$15.00 $15.00
Seniors/Concessions Seniors/Concessions
$10.00 $10.00
Children – ( 6-17) Metro Students / Country Students 

$8.00 Metro students    

$7.00 Country students

Family Groups – (2+3)

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The Australian Army Museum of Western Australia is located in the heritage-listed precinct of the Artillery Barracks at Burt Street in Fremantle. Built between 1910 and 1913, the historic barracks housed the permanent garrison artillerymen.

The museum, established in 1977, does not receive any government funding and relies on entry fees, fundraising events, donations/bequests and facilities hire for the day-to-day running of the museum.’

2019 Vintage Car Show

The precinct’s facilities are available for hire for regular meetings or special events. Facilities include a conference room, the Officers’ Mess, kitchen/bar and barbecue facilities, meeting rooms, large onsite parking and access to the museum’s galleries for tours. The Parade Ground provides an ideal space for concerts, displays or exhibition settings.

The Army Museum is a regional museum of the Australian Army History Unit network of museums throughout Australia and is managed by Army reservists and assisted by volunteers. It is supported by the Army Museum of Western Australia Foundation which is a not-for-profit company.

The museum has six established galleries and a static display of vehicles and other military hardware located on the parade ground and in adjacent buildings. In addition to the public displays of army memorabilia and artefacts, are a wide range of items of significance.

CONFERENCE ROOM                        

The Conference Room accommodates up to 100 people in airconditioned comfort. It is equipped with a lectern, speaker and wall-mounted screen for presentations via a laptop. A kitchen/bar area located at the rear of the room facilitates the serving of light refreshments.




PARADE GROUND                          

The Parade Ground provides ample, onsite parking for meetings and events. Due to its size, it is also an ideal location for shows or exhibitions in which large displays can showcased.



OFFICERS’ MESS                           

The Officers’ Mess provides an ideal setting for functions with a self-contained kitchen, including an oven, urn and food preparation area. There is also a bar area for serving beverages, along with various rooms suitable for holding meetings.






Gas barbecues, along with outdoor tables and chairs, are available for those wishing to hold events in an outdoor settings.




Bookings & Enquiries

For more information or to make a booking, please contact the museum at or phone [08] 9430 2535.