The third annual Menangle Military Muster will be held on July 14 and 15, 2018, showcasing all things military – from medieval archers to World War II vehicles.

The Menangle Military Muster will feature battle re-enactments, train and wagon rides, food stalls and the largest historical military display of the event’s short history. The event will see military clubs and societies from throughout NSW gather at the Campbelltown Steam and Machinery Museum at Menangle Park – just one hour from the Sydney CBD.
The event will run from 9am to 3.30pm each day, and is the only event of its kind in NSW.
The first-ever Military Muster was held in July 2016, and attracted families, car enthusiasts, history fanatics and people of all ages from the Macarthur region and further afield. A host of historic military vehicles will again be displayed, including jeeps, motorbikes, trucks, tanks and helicopters. As the event includes military history of all eras, displays will cover everything from medieval times to the present day.
Fittingly, the Menangle Military Muster is a fundraiser for Legacy, a charity dedicated to help the families of those who gave their lives in military service.
Train and wagon rides will be available by gold coin donation and there will also be food stalls and free BBQ facilities. Public entry is $10 per adult and a gold coin donation for children under 12 years of age.