About Us


The museum collection ranges from the First World War through to 21st-century advancements.


The exhibition space is divided into four galleries. The entrance gallery, Chavual Hall, features exhibitions focusing on the history of operations from WW1 through to our current deployments, as well as a small arms display.


The outside exhibition area features over 80 armoured vehicles and anti-tank weapons. The military hut exhibition area features the equipment and histories of the Royal Australian Artillery, while the Ray Keen Hanger features an Explosive Ordinance (EO) display, as well as vehicle technology and radio displays.

Our collection includes:

Temporarily Closed

The Australian Army Tank Museum closed its doors to the general public on the 14th at 4:00 pm December 2022. It will re-open late 2024 as the Australian Army Armour & Artillery Museum Puckapunyal (AAA&AMP), which will encompass both the Armoured & Artillery Heritage Collections. 

Entry Fee No Longer Required!

Bookings for Groups of 10+ People are Required!

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