Princess Royal Fortress Military Museum located at 67 Forts Rd, Mount Clarence WA 6330, Australia

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Raymond Taylor

4 Google Rating

A beautiful place to visit and reflect on the history of our nation! I would recommend everyone visi

4/ 5

A beautiful place to visit and reflect on the history of our nation! I would recommend everyone visit this lovely place more than once because you always see things you didn't see the first time. The staff are most welcoming and helpful.

Kendon Holland

5 Google Rating

A fantastic place to visit and find out some of the history of our Anzacs.

5/ 5

A fantastic place to visit and find out some of the history of our Anzacs.

Indy. Freeman

5 Google Rating

Fantastic. Well presented, set out and plenty of helpful staff (volunteers) around.

5/ 5

Fantastic. Well presented, set out and plenty of helpful staff (volunteers) around.

Stan Fitzpatrick

3 Google Rating

Was unimpressed by all the displays especially the run down MN memorial without any recognition of t

3/ 5

Was unimpressed by all the displays especially the run down MN memorial without any recognition of the fact that it was 3rd September Merchant Navy remberance day

Juan Donta

4 Google Rating

It was pretty cool to see the guns and submarine torpedoes.

4/ 5

It was pretty cool to see the guns and submarine torpedoes.

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