The actor will visit the Army Museum of Western Australia in Fremantle this Sunday along with expert historians to see what medals and memorabilia locals have kept in the family for the past 100 years.
The event is part of filming for his latest series Tony Robinson’s Tour of Duty, which will air on Foxtel’s History Channel early next year.
The event will include a sausage sizzle, volunteers dressed in local period costume and if locals bring along a war relic, especially with a great story to tell, they might even make it onto television.
Tour of Duty is a 10-part series to commemorate the 100 years of service for those who fought in war.
The action kicks off from 11.30am on Sunday, May 25.