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Merchandise Updated

You can find out what merchandise is available from the 105th Bty RAA Association by going to the Merchandise Page

The 105th Battery Museum & Historical Collection relocated to Fort Lytton

The 105th Battery RAA Association Historical collection and museum displays the history of the 105th Battery Royal Australian Artillery from World War 1 to Afghanistan.

Unfortunately accessibility to the Museum & Historical Collection was constrained by security, and the availability of space in the Gallipoli Barracks Defence precinct. was be relocated to the Fort Lytton National Park as part of the military history collections of Fort Lytton Artillery Collection, and the Queensland Military Historical Society.  Fort Lytton is open to the public of designated days.  Check the Fort Lytton Historical Association website (CLICK HERE) for times and dates.  

2022 Reunion at Tweed Heads 21-23 October 2022

The 2022 Reunion Conference and AGM is to be at Tweed Heads 21-23 October 2022. 

See Events for progress and further details and in Tiger Rag Issue TR58

 

Tiger Rag 58 (TR58) contributions Closed.

Information, articles, or material for Tiger Rag 58 are now closed.  Contributions for TR59 should be sent to the TR Editor

Should you have any queries regarding this notice, please contact the Secretary

Anzac Day Around Australia

For details of your 105 Battery RAA Association contact representative in localities around Australia, See Events on the website.

Re-establish your friendships and camaraderie and get together as a 105 Battery Association Group on Anzac Day for the Parade and after-march activities.

Any photos from ANZAC Day activities can be sent to the Tiger Rag Editor – see home page footer for the link