The Army Museum of South Australia recognizes the State involvement in the defence of Australia from pre-colonial days to the present. The Museum collects, preserves and exhibits the history, technology and experience of the Australian Army during war and peace.The Museum preserves the history of military units based in or deployed from the state in which the museum is located to provide Army with a means of presenting itself to the wider community.
The Army Museum of South Australia (AMOSA) is a branch of the Australian Army History Unit (AAHU) which was established in 1998. It is one of 17 regional and specialist museums forming Army’s history collection, collation, conservation and display network. AMOSA is a partnership between the Department of Defence (Australian Army History Unit) and a ASIC registered volunteer company known as the Army Museum of South Australia Foundation (AMOSAF). Join us on the first Sunday of each month for the Keswick Barracks Heritage Walk, commencing at 2pm. Conducted by our volunteer guides who will share the history of the Barracks established 100 years ago.
The Archives and Research Centre is open Wednesdays and Sundays. Volunteers develop projects and maintenance on Wednesdays.