Museum description

Posted on 7 February 2019

A nationally recognised museum that showcases the bravery and sacrifice of the Anzacs and all those who have served in Australia's armed forces. The collection features artefacts from several conflicts and proudly showcases the stories of veterans from Meandarra and beyond.

Not just any museum can call itself an 'ANZAC museum'. It is a privilege granted by the Australian Government to museums that represent the bravery and sacrifice of the first Anzacs. In 2003 the Meandarra ANZAC Memorial Museum was granted that honour.

Passionate community members have spent over 30 years collecting military artefacts and displays are updated every year to ensure that the museum continues to reflect the true spirit of the Anzacs.