My wife and I happened to come across the National Vietnam Veteran's Museum when visiting Phillip Island. The Museum is easy to find, like most things on Phillip Island. A very welcoming reception when we arrived by the man at the entrance counter and then it was into the displays. The Museum is a large and comprehensive display of all types of memorabelia relaiting to Australia's military involvement in the Vietnam War. Dispalys include weapons, equipment, medals, uniforms and a large collection photos. There are also several large displays based on aircraft and vehicles. You can also make your way out to the back of the Museum to view what must be the ultimate example of a "Men's Shed" where you will find several "works in progress: based mainly on future aircraft and vehicle dispalys. A very well run museum and a fitting tribute to those who have served. The newspaper article display showing the pictures of the 500 who made the supreme sacrifice is very sobering. Recommended.
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