The Fort Queenscliff Museum was opened in 1982 and continues to preserve and display Australia's military heritage on site at Victoria's premier coastal fortress.
has a number of exhibits that are of special value. The collection includes: Fort Queenscliff Museum
The documents relating to the 1860 occupation of Shortland Bluff and Captain Jordan
An Artillery bottle, from the soft drink factory inside the Fort
The collection of items relating to Major Hany Ronald, perhaps the person with the longest association with the Fort
The Roll Book of the Victorian Permanent Artillery from 1882 to 1905
The rifle issued to the soldier murdered in Crow's Nest in 1942
The Museum also has a rare manual entitled "The Artillerist's Manual". The contents include Cautionary Remarks (on the importance of drill and bearing), Recruit (a section on basic foot drill), Manual and Platoon Exercises (more foot drill), Company Drill, Inspection on Review, Battalion Drill, Sword Exercise, Light Drill, Instruction in Gunnery and finally Cavalry Exercise. This manual may be the second or third oldest Australian Military Publication.