Australian Army Military Intelligence Museum

The Australian Army Military Intelligence Museum was established in December 1988. The museum provides an insight into the intriguing world of Australian Defence Force intelligence operations, and the historical and contemporary practice of military intelligence in Australia. Formed on December 6, 1907, the Australian Intelligence Corps is one of the oldest Commonwealth Intelligence Corps. 

Donations of memorabilia and historical artefacts are gratefully accepted in accordance with the museum’s collection policy.  

The museum relies heavily on the efforts of volunteers. Please contact the museum for further information.

Opening hours

The museum is open on Wednesdays, and on the first Saturday of the month from 9am to 4pm. Visits are by appointment only. The museum is closed from the end of the second week of December to the beginning of February inclusive.

Entry requirements

Due to Kokoda Barracks’ security requirements, visitors must contact the Museum to make a booking. Once the booking is confirmed, a list of all visitor names must be emailed to the museum a week in advance. A contact email address will be provided once the booking is confirmed.