Having lived in Goulburn for some time in the past I was well aware of the Rocky Hill War Memorial but I was not aware of the adjacent museum. We wandered in mid morning on a recent Saturday and were greeted by a very friendly, knowledgeable man who made us feel very welcome. He gave us a guide and offered to answer any questions we may have during our visit. The museum is very well set up and has some quite interesting exhibits including an original Changi prison door. We meandered around for over an hour and learned a lot about Goulburns contribution to the war and how hard life must have been for our diggers. A real eye opener and definitely worth a look.
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