Victoria's premier coastal fortress

Commemorating the centenary of Australia's first shot of World War 1, Queenscliff, August 5, 2014

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The ultimate objective of the Fort Queenscliff Museum is a fully restored Fort and the development of a museum which will allow visitors to tour the Fort and inspect a multitude of indoor and outdoor displays.

Today visitors are encouraged to look upon Fort Queenscliff as a part of the national heritage which belongs to all Australians. Accordingly, the Fort Queenscliff Museum has sought to create an environment that evokes public interest and reminds visitors of our early military history.

Commemorating the centenary of Australia's first shot of World War 1, Queenscliff, August 5, 2014

 

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Click here to join us at the Friends of the Fort Annual Black Tie Dinner

 

 

 Tour times: 1.00pm & 3.00pm Sat, Sun,

School Holidays - Mon - Sun 1.00pm & 3.00pm

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Some Public Holidays


Additional tour at 11.00am during September and December/January school holidays only.

Group tours available any time upon request.

I.D. is required for entry to Fort Queenscliff

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The Museum is located at King Street, Queenscliff, 3225

Telephone: (03) 5258 1488

Fax: (03) 5258 1788

Queenscliff.museum@defence.gov.au

  Australian Army History Unit is a direct command unit of Army Headquarters (AHQ), under the control, for administration purposes, of the Chief of Staff AHQ.

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