List of Australian military bases

The Australian Defence Force is made up of the Royal Australian Navy, Australian Army and the Royal Australian Air Force. These three military services have numerous military bases situated in all the States and Territories of Australia. Most of Australian Defence Force bases are equipped with Everyman's Welfare Service recreation centres.[1]

Australian Defence Force (Joint)

Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

Victoria

Australian Army

Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

Northern Territory

Queensland

South Australia

Tasmania

Victoria

Western Australia

Royal Australian Air Force

Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

Northern Territory

Queensland

South Australia

Victoria

Western Australia

Royal Australian Navy

Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

Northern Territory

Queensland

South Australia

  • NHQ South Australia – Adelaide

Tasmania

Victoria

Western Australia

References

  1. ^ "Everymans". Australian Defence Force. Retrieved September 25, 2013.
  2. ^ https://www.communitynews.com.au/western-suburbs-weekly/news/320-defence-staff-to-relocate-to-irwin-barracks-as-leeuwin-barracks-is-readied-for-sale/
Defence Establishment Myambat

Defence Establishment Myambat, also referred to as the Myambat Ammunition Depot, is an Australian Defence Force munitions storage facility located approximately 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) west of Denman in the Upper Hunter region of New South Wales, Australia.The facility was established in 1938, and has been in use since that time. A factsheet published by the Department of Defence in 2012 stated that "the facility stores all forms of ammunition used by the Australian Defence Forces". In addition, its demolition range is used by private companies to test explosives intended for use in mines. At this time the entire site covered an area of 17 square kilometres (6.6 sq mi).In 1991 the Parliament of Australia's Joint Standing Committee on Public Works recommended that 21 earth covered storehouses be constructed at Myambat so that particularly hazardous types of ammunition could be stored in facilities which met NATO standards; the Canberra Times reported that this recommendation meant that the works were "almost certain" to take place. 34 explosive storehouses were eventually constructed during the early 1990s by the private company Spantech. A 2014 submission to a parliamentary inquiry provided by the Department of Defence described Defence Establishment Myambat as "Australia’s largest and most comprehensive ammunition storage depot".As of 2015, the facility was to be expanded and upgraded as part of the works being undertaken to accommodate the Royal Australian Air Force's Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II fighter aircraft. This will include building new earth-covered bunkers, as well as a storage facility for the F-35s' defensive countermeasures. The 2016 Defence White Paper also allocated funding to expand the facilities at Myambat and increase the stockpiles of ammunition stored there.

HMAS Leeuwin (naval base)

HMAS Leeuwin is a former Royal Australian Navy (RAN) shore establishment,[note a] located in Fremantle, Western Australia. In use between 1940 and 1984, the base reopened in 1986 under the control of the Australian Army as Leeuwin Barracks.

Commissioned in August 1940 as the naval depot for Fremantle, the base was adopted for use as a training facility after World War II, initially for RAN reservists and national servicemen, then as the Junior Recruit Training Establishment (JRTE) from 1960 until 1984. There was widespread sexual and physical abuse of trainees at the JRTE, with 10% of reports investigated by the Defence Abuse Response Taskforce relating to incidents at Leeuwin. Decommissioned from naval service in 1986, the base was later reopened under the control of the Australian Army as Leeuwin Barracks. In 2015, the Australian Government announced that the Leeuwin site will be sold off for residential development.

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.

Kokoda Barracks

Kokoda Barracks is an Australian Army base located in the Canungra Military Area near Witheren, Queensland. It is named after the Kokoda Track campaign during the Second World War.The Australian Army Intelligence Corps has training facilities known as the Defence Intelligence Training Centre and the Australian Army Land Warfare Centre, Canungra located here.

List of Australian Army Corps

The following is a list of the 23 Corps of the Australian Army, ordered according to the traditional seniority of all the Corps.

Corps of Staff Cadets

Royal Australian Armoured Corps

Royal Australian Artillery

Royal Australian Engineers

Royal Australian Corps of Signals

Royal Australian Infantry Corps

Australian Army Aviation Corps

Australian Intelligence Corps

Royal Australian Army Chaplains Department

Royal Australian Corps of Transport

Royal Australian Army Medical Corps

Royal Australian Army Dental Corps

Royal Australian Army Ordnance Corps

Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

Royal Australian Army Educational Corps

Australian Army Public Relations Service

Australian Army Catering Corps

Royal Australian Army Pay Corps

Australian Army Legal Corps

Royal Australian Corps of Military Police

Australian Army Psychology Corps

Australian Army Band Corps

Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps

Lists of military installations

This list of military installations consists of a collection of military related lists worldwide:

List of Australian military bases

List of Royal Australian Air Force installations

List of Royal Australian Navy bases

List of Brazilian military bases

List of Bulgarian military bases

List of Canadian Forces Bases

List of Chinese Air Force Bases

List of Danish Military Installations

List of Greek military bases

List of Honduran military bases

List of Indian Air Force bases

List of Irish military installations

List of Israel Defense Forces bases

List of Mexican military bases

List of New Zealand military bases

List of Russian military bases abroad

List of bases of the South African Air Force

List of South African military bases

List of Soviet Air Force bases

List of Sri Lankan air force bases

List of US-Bulgarian military bases

Lone Pine Barracks

Lone Pine Barracks is an Australian Army base located in New South Wales, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) south of Singleton. The barracks is home to the Australian Army School of Infantry, Special Forces Training Centre, Defence Support Group Singleton and other regular support services. The Royal Australian Infantry Corps Museum is also located within the barracks.

Structure of the Australian Army

This article describes the current structure of the Australian Army. It includes the army's order of battle and the headquarters locations of major units. Members of the Australian Army also serve within joint units of the Australian Defence Force which fall outside the direct command the Australian Army.

Woodside Barracks

Woodside Barracks is an Australian Army base located in Woodside in South Australia.

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