We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
was very moving seeing where the Australian base was had a local guide he was very informed and supplied flowers to a lot over grown but he had pictures from that period and had nothing but respect for the ozzies saw the school the built...More
Thank Robert T
ASIATRAVELHOLIDAY, General Manager at Nui Dat hill, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you very much for your kind comment after your trip to visit there. It is still the most expected destination for most Australians and families. Indeed, the Vietnam war has ended so long ago, but these trips will help both sides, countries...More
This is Autralian Camp in the past. However, our driver lost the way. We can not see much as advertised. Until we catched and followed the other car with tour guide everything was much better.More
ASIATRAVELHOLIDAY, Manager at Nui Dat hill, responded to this reviewResponded 17 July 2018
Thank you. Should book the tour with local travel agent or local tour guide to have a better trip. With their knodge about this area, guest will see more history and the phtos that involve in the old battle field.
Thank you very much
One of my sons and his family and I met up in Vietnam for a tour of the country, which they had not been to before. We covered more than 2,000 km, from Hanoi, to Hue, Danang, Hoi An, Nha Trang and Saigon.
Thank David B
ASIATRAVELHOLIDAY, Director of Sales at Nui Dat hill, responded to this reviewResponded 31 January 2018
Dear Mr. David
I knew that your son and his family had a meaningful trip to Nui Dat - The old base of Australian during the year of 1961 - 1971
The history of the mountain base has receded more than 50 years (half a...More
As a military history junkie, to stand on the site of 1ATF and try and conjure up images and activity is one of those moments in life you savour.
Looking up at SAS Hill and wondering...
Imagine 17/18 August 1966 the prelude to and day...More
ASIATRAVELHOLIDAY, Người quản lý at Nui Dat hill, responded to this reviewResponded 23 December 2017
Thank you for visiting Nui Dat in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province.
We’d be grateful if you would review us on TripAdvisor. It’s the world’s largest travel site, helping millions of visitors every month plan the perfect trip.
Our guests often tell us how helpful it...More
Former AUS Task Force base at Nui Dat and for those who know their history, the Nui Dat hill really stands out on the approach. Suggest you go online and obtain maps and 1960-70's photos so you can compare the lay of the land, so...More
Thank Max P
ASIATRAVELHOLIDAY, Giám đốc quan hệ khách hàng at Nui Dat hill, responded to this reviewResponded 27 December 2017
Thank you for visiting this site.
Do hope that you had a meaningful trip to visit this historical site.
For tourists when visit this site, we always have maps, photos and documentary with many detail help you image this site. Even if it is the...More
We came here as my father in law was here with 85 transport company. It was quite a solemn experience for my husband although there is not much to see here imagining what these soilders went through was truly moving. Highly recommend this for families...More
It is a blast from the past for veterans who were stationed here during the war years.
There are no real remnants left these days, been picked up by locals and a NZ guy who runs a small self funded museum called "Diggers Rest" not...More
Nui Dat, an insignificant spot on the map of Phuoc Tuy-Vung Tau Province, Vietnam, was from 1966 until 1972 the "tent-city" home to thousands of Australians who fought (and more than 500 of them died) in the Vietnam War.
Increasingly Australian Vietnam veterans and/or their...More