National Vietnam Veterans Museum

The National Vietnam Veterans Museum (NVVM) is an independent Australian museum dedicated to the heritage and legacy of Vietnam veterans. The museum was founded and built by Vietnam veterans to help and support veterans to cope better with their experiences during the Vietnam War (1962-1975) and after their return to Australia.

When you visit NVVM, be prepared for an authentic experience. From the moving Light & Sound show, through the galleries showing the experience of veterans in the Vietnam War and to the words of the veterans themselves, the NVVM provides visitors with a fascinating, emotional, rewarding and educational journey through the tumultuous years of the Vietnam conflict. The museum mixes remembrance and reflection with a unique museum environment.

A huge collection of artefacts, including helicopters, vehicles and aircraft, interpreted with information, imagery and audio (using our fantastic InfoWand devices and touch screens) will keep you, your family and friends engaged for the length of your visit. “Our Museum Talks to You”.

Guided tours are available for groups.

Nui Dat Cafe is available for refreshments – a choice of delicious home baked cakes, light lunches and daily specials are on the menu.

Opening hours daily   10.00am – 5.00pm     (Closed Good Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day)

Entry Fees

Adults   $15.00

Family (2 Adults, 3 Children)  $40.00

Children (Under 15 yrs) $10.00

Concession ( Senior Card, Pensioners, Vietnam Veterans)  $12.00

Pre-booked Group Only  $10.00 per person

Pre- booked School Groups $8.00 per child (Education Program School Groups $10.00 per child)