Artillery museum in Cairns

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At the Southern Hemisphere’s largest collection of armored vehicles and artillery, in Cairns, North Queensland, visitors may ride in an armored vehicle (depending on availability and weather conditions). Visitors ages 12 and up may also shoot bolt-action rifles under officers’ supervision.
Opened in September 2014, the Australian Armour & Artillery Museum (1145 Kamerunga Rd., Smithfield, QLD, 4878, Australia; phone +61 07 4038 1665, http://ausarmour.com) is open daily 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (except Dec. 25-26, Jan. 1 and Good Friday). AUD25 (near $17.75) adult, AUD18 senior/student, AUD15 child (5-16) or AUD55 family (1 adult, 3 children).

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At the Southern Hemisphere’s largest collection of armored vehicles and artillery, in Cairns, North Queensland, visitors may ride in an armored vehicle (depending on availability and weather conditions). Visitors ages 12 and up may also shoot bolt-action rifles under officers’ supervision.
Opened in September 2014, the Australian Armour & Artillery Museum (1145 Kamerunga Rd., Smithfield, QLD, 4878, Australia; phone +61 07 4038 1665, http://ausarmour.com) is open daily 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (except Dec. 25-26, Jan. 1 and Good Friday). AUD25 (near $17.75) adult, AUD18 senior/student, AUD15 child (5-16) or AUD55 family (1 adult, 3 children).