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This Museum is in a converted water tank. It is manned by retired locals as volunteers. The gentleman who was on when we went loved to talk – an entertaining character. There are several levels each with photos and stories from each of the different...More
Stop by when the tram pulled up, it was a quick visit, as we had 5 mins before the tram returned back, but checked out the brilliant WW1 and WW2 items on the ground floor with medals, trench art to uniforms.
Wish I had more...More
Well presented collection displayed in an old water tower. Each level covers a different period, with detailed info & some very fantastic photographs. Especially liked the uniforms.
Very reasonable entry fee with ground floor a gold coin & $4 for the entire collection. Well worth...More
Even though it was a long way to the top, it was an easy climb as each level had displays that took a while to read. Interesting snippets from letters that were sent home to relatives, newspaper articles, uniforms, photos etc. Like a lot of...More
Turning the old water tower into a World War II Memorial Lookout was a piece of inspired thinking. The collection covers the Second World War mostly but other conflicts are also covered. Climbing to the top of the tower provides you with 360 degree view...More
To be able to walk up stairs on the inside of an old water tower is an experience but to see the memorabillia they have accrued is nothing short of amazing. Run by a dedicated group of volunteers, they are more than happy to stop...More