Scenic Rim Heritage Network

Museum of Australian Military Intelligence


Open: Wednesday and the first Saturday of each month from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm.

Group tours: by appointment.

Closed: From the end of second week of December to beginning of February inclusive.

Due to security arrangements please call before visiting.


Kokoda Barracks, Canungra QLD 4275


Ph: (07) 5618 6915


The Museum of Australian Military Intelligence gives insight into the intriguing world of Australian Defence Force intelligence operations and the historical and contemporary practice of military intelligence in Australia.

Canungra Australian Army Training Team Vietnam Memorial

Memorial reserve, dedicated to the Australian Army Training Team Vietnam. Canungra was the location for a world renowned jungle warfare school, especially in the WW2 and post-1945 eras. The location displays a Roll of Honour, stone memorials, memorial walls and memorial grove of rainforest hardwood timbers, dedicated to the Australian Army Training Team Vietnam.LocationAustralian Army Land Warfare Centre, Canungra Qld 4275

The Australian Army Training Team Vietnam (AATTV) was the first Australian Army unit to serve in Vietnam (1962) and the last to leave (1972). AATTV consisted entirely of volunteers who advised, trained and commanded a variety of indigenous forces during the war in Vietnam. AATTV was the most highly decorated unit for its size in Australian history.

The AATTV "Memorial" at the Australian Army Land Warfare Centre, Canungra, Queensland, is not a memorial in the strict sense of the word, as it is built on army land. Technically, it is referred to as the "Home of the Australian Advisers".

Canungra Vietnam Memorial


A commemorative site, constructed around a central boulder memorial, displaying a dedication plaque to all the men and women who served in Vietnam.

The memorial area is built into the side of the hill and consists of a split-level section, holding the boulder and three other plaques, and additional plaques spread amongst the trees that occupy the area. At the entrance to the site, there is significant memorial signage.