Redcoats to Camouflage Exhibition
Rich history of uniforms worn by the Australian Army in Queensland
Uniforms and equipment of Army personnel in Queensland from 1824 to the current day will feature in the next exhibition at Victoria Barracks Brisbane. Displays will include a digital presentations, genuine artefacts and an array of Army uniforms.
Home to Army Museum South Queensland and an important branch of the Australian Army History Unit, the historic precinct on Petrie Terrace (near Caxton Street) provides a unique glimpse of military history from the colonial era, through two World Wars to the present role of the Australian Defence Forces in current operations.
Public tours of Victoria Barracks are on Wednesdays only. The price of $15 per person includes viewing the exhibition, an escorted tour of historic Victoria Barracks, Devonshire Tea, a souvenir booklet and digital photo.