Irwin Barracks

Irwin Barracks is an Australian Army military base located in Karrakatta, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia. It occupies a 62-hectare (150-acre) site on the western side of the Fremantle railway line. It was previously known as Karrakatta Camp and Irwin Training Centre. Resident Units/Squadrons The 13th Brigade currently consists of the following units: Headquarters […]

Keswick Barracks

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Keswick Barracks is a barracks of the Australian Army in Keswick, South Australia. The barracks are located on Anzac Highway adjacent to the Royal Adelaide Showgrounds. The base is separated from the Showgrounds by the Seaford and Belair railway lines.   Resident Units/Squadrons 9th Brigade 10th/27th Battalion, Royal South Australia Regiment 3rd Health Support Battalion […]

Woodside Barracks

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Established in 1927 Woodside Barracks is located on approximately 170 hectares of land, 25 kilometres east of Adelaide in the Adelaide Hills region. The property was originally known as Woodside Camp and was used for the training of light horse and infantry. The property was expanded during World War II to accommodate up to four […]

RAAF Edinburgh

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RAAF Base Edinburgh is home to 3500 personnel from the Australian Army, Royal Australian Air Force, the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group, elements of Joint Logistics Command and Defence Estate and Infrastructure Group as well as key defence companies including BAE Systems Australia, Raytheon Australia, Airbus Group Australia Pacific, CAE Australia and Meggitt Training Systems. […]

Simpsons Barracks / Watsonia

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Simpson Barracks (formerly known as Watsonia Army Camp in the suburb of Yallambie) is a 55 acre base, located approximately 18 klm northeast of the Melbourne CBD. The property comprises military barracks, schools, administrative buildings, workshop and service areas and training buildings. The base is also host to the Army Communications training centre. Named after […]

Puckapunyal Barracks

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(“Pucka”) is an Australian Army training facility and base 10 km west of Seymour, in central Victoria. The base was originally established in 1920’s to train and mobilise forces for WW1. Home to the Australian Army’s School Of Armour and the School of Artillery and the School of Transport, along with the Combined Arms Training […]

Latchford Barracks

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Latchford Barracks is an Australian Army base in the suburb of Bonegilla, located about 8 kilometres to the east of Wodonga, Victoria. It is named after Colonel E.W. Latchford, MBE, MC. The base was established in 1940 as the Bonegilla Army Camp. From 1947 to 1971 the camp was used for migrant accommodation. In 1978 […]

Gaza Ridge Barracks / Borella

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Gaza Ridge Barracks is an Australian Army base in the suburb of Bandiana, located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) to the east of Wodonga, Victoria. Part of the Army Logistic Training Centre is based there. It is also home to The Army Museum Bandiana, home to a large and diversified military museum that houses a […]

Randwick Barracks

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Randwick Barracks is situated 7.5 Km south of the Sydney CBD. The base provides working accommodation for Resident Units and functions as a major transit accommodation hub in the Sydney region. Facilities & Amenities Unless otherwise indicated, Defence sporting & recreational facilities, such as sporting, swimming or fitness centres are for the use of Defence […]

Blamey Barracks / ARTC Kapooka

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Kapooka is a suburb in the south-west of Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia. Kapooka is home to the Department of Defence’s Blamey Barracks from where the Army Recruit Training Centre (ARTC) conducts its operations, the base is approx. 9.5 km south-west of Wagga Wagga. Originally established in 1951 as the 1st Recruit Training Battalion, […]

Victoria Barracks / Sydney

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Victoria Barracks in Paddington, built in 1841, was the third barracks built to accommodate military personnel in colonial Sydney. Having initially housed British regiments, it became home to colonial New South Wales units. Built using Hawkesbury sandstone and by both convict labour and contracted stonemasons, the base contains some of the most historically important colonial […]

Holsworthy Barracks

Holsworthy Barracks forms part of the Liverpool Military Area (LMA) which also consists of Joint Logistic Unit – East, Luscombe Airfield and Holsworthy Training Area. Its overall area is approximately 19,672 ha. First established in the 1880s the base has been in active use since World War I. Following World War II it became a […]