About 20,000 people registered for the Gallipoli Barracks Open Day and were treated to a huge range of dynamic and static displays.
A contingent of Fijian infantrymen are undertaking support company and other courses at Gallipoli Barracks over the next two months, demonstrating their motivation and ability to integrate with Australian Army sections.
Personnel from 7th Brigade, Gallipoli Barracks, have Warrant Officer Class Two Stuart Camac to thank for their superior fitness performances.
Soldiers from 8th/9th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (8/9RAR) took to the sky during Exercise Air Shark to ensure they are ready to deploy anywhere at short notice.
Competing in a triathlon is challenging enough, but doing it in the multi-camouflage uniform while wearing body armour and carrying a pack is on another level.
After three years at the helm of Headquarters 1st Division, Major General Jake Ellwood transferred command to Major General Scott Winter on November 30.
An 11 year-old Brisbane boy who received an unfortunate start in life has been granted his wish to experience an action-packed day on Gallipoli Barracks, thanks to the 7th Combat Brigade and the Make-A-Wish foundation.
The 5km and 10km Run Army fun run returns to Brisbane on Sunday April 24, 2022, with funds raised going to Legacy.
Staff from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) now understand what it’s like to wear body armour for long periods of time and to eat from ration packs served cold.
Growing up in the leafy Brisbane suburb of Ferny Grove, near Gallipoli Barracks in Enoggera, Captain Gareth Morgan always wanted to join the Army Reserve.