The Australian Armour and Artillery Museum has the largest collection of armoured vehicles and artillery in the Southern Hemisphere. The following list identifies the exhibits by category and country of origin.


Australia:  Sentinel Mk1, Sentinel Mk IV, Matilda No.3 Mk1 Dozer Tank

Great Britain: Centurion, Churchill Mk VII, Churchill Flail, Churchill AVRE, Matilda II, Valentine, Chieftain

Germany: Panzer 38(t), Early Model Tiger 1 (Replica from the movie “Fury”), Leopard 1A5

Russia: T34/85, T55,  T72, T60, T70

United States: Stuart Mk3, Stuart (Early Model),  M3 Grant, M3 Lee, Patton M47, M3 Grant “Farm Conversion”, Sherman M4A1

Armoured Personnel Carriers

Canada: Ram Kangaroo

Czechoslovakia: OT810

Germany: Sd.Kfz 250/3 Ausf B, Sd.Kfz.251/1 Ausf D, Sd.Kfz 250A, Sd.Kfz 251/22

Great Britain: Saracen, FV432

United States: White half track, White M3, M113A1 (Ex-Australian Army)

Russia: BTR152, BMP 1

Armoured Cars

Australia: Dingo Scout Car, LP4 Armoured Car

Canada: Lynx

France: Panhard AML60

Great Britain: Ferret Mk 2, Fox, Saladin, Humber Mk IV

United States: Staghound, Staghound A.A. variant, M8 Greyhound

Anti-Tank Guns

Australia: 2 pdr Attack Carrier

Great Britain, 2 pdr, 6 pdr, 17 pdr, 17 pdr “Pheasant”

Germany: Pak 36, Pak 38 (x2), Pak 40, Pak 97/38

Japan: 37mm Type 94

Russia: 45mm M1937

United States: 3 inch M5, 37mm M3

Anti-Aircraft Guns

Australia: 40/60 Bofor (Ex R.A.N.)

Great Britain: 3.7 inch

Germany: Flak 30, Flak 38, Flakvierling, Flak 88

Poland:  Polston 20mm (Quad Mount)

Russia: 37mm M1939 (61-K), 76.2mm M31(r)

Sweden: 40mm Bofors

United States: M45 Quadmount on M20 trailer

Tank Destroyers

Germany: Stug III (1/1 scale replica), Jagdpanzer 38t (Hetzer), Jagdpanzer Kanone

Russia: SU100

Field Guns, Howitzers & Mortars

Australia: 25pdr (short)

Czechoslovakia:Skoda 100mm 14/19 Howitzer

France:155mm Schneider, 75mm Schneider M 1904

Great Britain: 25 pdr, 6 inch Howitzer (x2), 4.2″ Towed Mortar, 4.2″ Mortar, 5.5 inch Medium Gun, 3.7 inch Howitzer

Germany: 210mm Morser 16, 152mm sFH13 Howitzer, 105mm FH16 Howitzer, 77mm FK16 Field Gun, LeFH18 Light Field Howitzer, 7.58 cm Minenwerfer, Granatwerfer 42 (mortar), and the extremely rare LeFH Kp16, 17.5cm Minenwerfer, 15cm sFH18 Heavy Field Howitzer, 8cm Granatwerfer 34 (mortar)

Japan: 105mm Type 91 Howitzer, 75mm Type 31 Mountain gun, 70mm Type 92 Light Howitzer, 75mm Type 94 Mountain gun

Russia: 76mm Model 1927, 152mm M1937 (ML20), 152mm M1938 (M10), 122mm M1930 (M30), 76mm Divisional Gun M1902,

85mm D44 Divisional Gun

United States: 155mm “Long Tom” M1, 155mm M114 Howitzer, 105mm M3 Light Howitzer, 105mm M2A2, MkVII 3″ Landing Gun, M1A1 155mm, 75mm Model 1917 Howitzer

Italy: OTO Melara Mod 56 (Ex Australian Army L5 Pack Howitzer)

Specialist Vehicle

Australia: Local Pattern 2 Carrier, M113 Fire Support Vehicle (Saladin turret), Ford 2 Pounder Portee

Canada: Ford Gun Tractor with Australian Limber and British 25 pdr.

Czechoslovakia: Praga with 30mm AA gun

Great Britain: FV434, CVRT Sabre, Bar Mine Layer

Germany: Kettenkrad, Beobachtungpanzer Artillery Observation Vehicle

Russia: BTR60 Command version, ATL Artillery Tractor, SA-2 (Surface to Air Missile)

United States: LVT4, M114 Command and Reconnaissance vehicle, M577A1 Command Vehicle (Ex Australian Army), Staghound Anti-Aircraft variant, Ford GPW Jeep

Self Propelled Guns

Australia: Yeramba 25 pdr

Germany: Sd.Kfz 165 (Hummel)

Great Britain: Abbott FV433, Archer SP 17 Pdr Anti-Tank Gun

Russia: Pion 2S7 203mm SPG, SU-76M SPG, 2S1

United States: M110 203mm SPG,   M52 105mm SPG

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