Military Historical Society of Australia
The Military Historical Society of Australia was founded in Melbourne in 1957. Its aims are the encouragement and pursuit of study and research in military history, customs, traditions, dress, arms, equipment and kindred matters; the promotion of public interest and knowledge in these subjects, and the preservation of historical military objects with particular reference to the armed forces of Australia.
This site includes information on the army and its activities. There is a section on army history and The Australian Army Museum Network.
Royal Australian Navy
The website describes the ships of the Royal Australian Naval Fleet with information on naval history and museums.
Royal Australian Air Force
Details on R.A.A.F. history and provides links to other defense sites.
Australian War Memorial
The site has information on events and exhibitions. Also information on the Research Centre for those wishing to research Australia's military history.
1st Australian Mining Corps and Australian Tunnellers of World War 1.
Lancashire Infantry Museum
Premier Regimental History Research Centre in the north of England.
Northumberland Fusiliers Museum
Offers research services and family history.
Australian Adventure Park
Adventure and fun for families, camp groups or corporate teams in Hervey Bay, Qld.
The Coastwatchers 1941-45
The first coastwatching organisation was established in 1919 by Captain J G Clare, RAN
The Australian Womens Land Army 1942-45
The Australian Women's Land Army (AWLA) was an organisation created in World War II in Australia to combat rising labour shortages in the farming sector.
Citizen Military Force (CMF) the Chockos
During the Second World War, Australia's land fighting force was essentially composed of two separate armies, the 2nd Australian Imperial Force (AIF) and the Citizen Military Forces (CMF or Militia)
ANZAC stories from the Maryborough Military & Colonial Museum, Queensland. Find the biographical details of ANZAC (as well as British) servicemen & women.