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Queensland Ambulance Museums – Charters Towers

Queensland Ambulance Museums – Charters Towers is the oldest existing purpose built ambulance building in Queensland and has a wonderful display of ambulance artefacts, uniforms and photographs.

Useful information

157 Gill Street, Charters Towers
Ticketed

Features

Toilets
Accessible toilets
Guided tours by request

Opening hours

Mondayby appointment
Tuesdayby appointment
Wednesdayby appointment
Thursdayby appointment
Fridayby appointment
Saturdayby appointment
Sundayby appointment

More information about Queensland Ambulance Museums – Charters Towers…

This centre dates back to 1903 and was the first ambulance station outside Brisbane (the first QATB building in QLD).

It covered a huge working area of almost 70,000 square kilometres (approximately the size of Tasmania). Visitors can view the old Ford Ambulance which is the oldest continually registered ambulance in Australia, uniforms and an enormous number of logbooks recording the cases treated by ambulance officers during the past 100 years.

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