National Vietnam Veterans Museum | Open
The National Vietnam Veterans Museum on Phillip Island was founded and built by Vietnam veterans to help and support veterans to cope better with their experiences during the Vietnam War (1962-1975).
The National Vietnam Veterans Museum is open as follows:
OPEN every day 10 am - 5 pm including weekends
CLOSED on Easter Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day
Nui Dat Cafe: A place to relax, chat and reflect while enjoying amazing food & coffee.
Tickets can be purchased at the counter or via the website (link below).
Child (5-15 years) $10.00
Children under 5 Free entry
Family (2 Adults, 3 Children) $40.00
Seniors Card/Aged Pensioners /Vietnam Veterans $12.00
Pre- Booked Groups $10.00 per person
Pre- Booked School Groups from $8.00 per student (basic package)
Guided tours are available for groups and schools.
How to Get There
From Melbourne by car:
Take the Monash Freeway (M1) to the Cranbourne exit, where you will turn into the South Gippsland Highway (M420). Follow this route to the Bass Highway (A420), through Grantville and Bass, then onto the Phillip Island Road (B420) to San Remo, over the bridge onto Phillip Island.
Public Transport Options:
V/Line coach to & from Melbourne stops at Grantville, Corinella, Bass, San Remo, Newhaven and Cowes daily - Phone 1800 800 007 or see Public Transport Victoria
Interisland Ferries - Connect ot the ferry via the V-Line train from Stony Point and catch passenger ferry to Cowes, Phillip Island See InterIsland Ferries or phone 03 9585 5730
Cleeland Bus Lines 03 5952 1042- Private Charter Available. Pick up services to Fountain Gate weekly -every Thursday Cowes and return. Frankston fortnightly every 2nd Monday.
Phillip Island Bus Service - 03 5952 2500 Private Charter Available Wonthaggi to Cowes daily - no booking required.
When & Where
Happens: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Times: 10am to 5pm
Venue || Location
National Vietnam Veterans Museum Events 1 Events
⊜ 25 Veterans Drive, Newhaven | Map
✆ Event: (03) 5956 6400 | Venue: (03) 5956 6400
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