The Bunker Military Museum has moved to its new home in the Bilsky Block, once home to the infamous Fraser Hotel. It is a popular attraction for tourists and local area residents. In 1989, the town’s historic railway station was restored and The Bunker Military Museum was born. This original private collection contains artifacts from the Boer War to the present.The collection is unique in that it reflects the daily life and conditions from the soldier’s perspective.The collection is international including uniforms and items from the many sides of many world conflicts. There are over 1000 uniforms from army, air force, navy, Red Cross, Salvation Army, etc. from around the world. The new facility has been completely renovated and provides more space. It has museum standard environmental controls and lighting and is totally accessible, with extra wide doors and accessible washroom facilities. The viewing and gallery spaces have been designed with all visitors in mind.