Touch, Feel and See Interactive Exhibits.
Open Wednesday – Saturday 10am – 3pm.
Other times by appointment
phone: 02 4324 1588
*closed public holidays
OPEN SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
The Central Coast Interactive War Exhibit is the brainchild of long term Central Coast resident, and Gosford’s Citizen of the year 2016, Andrew Church.
CCIWE is a Not for Profit organisation with charity status and deductible gift recipient status (that means any donations you make are tax deductible). We rely on donations and fundraising. All entry fees are used by the exhibit to restore and maintain the artefacts, preserving them for generations to come.
CCIWE is an interactive exhibit with sights and sounds straight from the Frontline. See dynamic dioramas, Anzac Cove, Frontline WWII, an army aid station, a radio communications exhibit and a WWII war office…a fully restored Royal Australian Engineers Willys Jeep (which Andrew drives each year in the ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day parades) … an Australian Light Horse uniform … a stretcher used at Gallipoli … uniforms from WWI, WWII, Korea and Vietnam, and so much more.
It is a truly unique exhibit aimed at school students, interest groups and the public. Even if you are not interested in war history or museums, you will find this a fascinating and moving experience.
CCIWE is also proud to offer a medal restoration and replica medal mounting service. Please go to our Shop, Medals page and leave us an enquiry.
Prime Minister Robert Gordon Menzies, 3 September 1939
Tickets for general admission are available at the entrance to the Central Coast Interactive War Exhibit. You can purchase individual Adult, Student, or Concession tickets as well as a Family Pass.
Exhibit Guide $5 ( recommended to enhance your visit )
OPEN SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
CLOSED ALL PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
CLOSED 24TH DECEMBER 2016 – 2ND JANUARY 2017
Visa, Mastercard or Eftpos are available.
Looking for an alternative to the expense of travelling to Canberra?
Then look no longer! We have friendly , knowledgable volunteers to answer your questions. All exhibits are on one level with accessibility … and catering can be provided on request for groups ( with stairs). Before you travel elsewhere see what the Central Coast has to offer!
So many have and been glad they found this ‘hidden treasure’.