“Running Rabbits Military Museum”

UPWEY/BELGRAVE Sub-Branch Inc.
ABN: 43 325 011 794

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1 MAST GULLY ROAD,
UPWEY, VIC 3158

 TELEPHONE:     (03) 9754-3665   POSTAL ADDRESS:
 FACSIMILE:        (03) 9754-3447  P.O. BOX 1106, UPWEY, VIC 3158
   
Web Page: www.upwey_belgrave.rslvic.com.au Email: upwey-belgrave.rsl@bigpond.com

    

“The Price of Liberty is Eternal Vigilance”
"LEST WE FORGET"

 

The Running Rabbits Military Museum is located at the Upwey-Belgrave RSL and has been named in recognition of the Kokoda Campaign. The Museum displays weaponry, documents and equipment from the Boer War through WWI and WWII to the current day.  There are over 2,500 items of memorabilia, photographs and artifacts on display and a library of books and magazines available. There are some major items on display in and outside the Museum. The Museum will educate and entertain all ages and take them on an emotional journey through time.

 

Location:  1 Mast Gully Road UPWEY,  VICTORIA , AUSTRALIA.

                 Off Burwood Highway  Melways Map 75  A8

 

Open:       Thursdays 10:00am to 12:00pm

                 Sundays     10:00am to 2:00pm

                 Other Times – by appointment only through the RSL Manager

 

Entry:       Gold Coin Donation

 

Light Refreshments are available from the RSL Bistro/Bar.

The Museum has a school program in place for all levels.

Computer access is available for individual and general research.

Volunteer guides are available for groups by arrangement.

 


 

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