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The Registry of Ex Military Land Rovers was formed in around 1996 to collect information about how Army Land Rovers that people had restored should have looked, from colours, to fittings and markings it was all collated, and eventually made into a website for all to see and benefit form the research done.  Some 17 years later the compendium of information on REMLR spans the Australian Army, Navy and Air Force, as well as NZ Army vehicles.  Even various other trucks, trailers, cars and bikes are covered in the information pages.  The Army Registration Number (ARN) database spans some 25,000 vehicles as of July 1, 2013, and the website some 550+ pages of information. More on the History of REMLR here.

The appearance as it stands today was the result of yet another redesign in 2013. While the content is mostly the same, we have allowed space for future expansion, and we have tried to make it easier to find information that had at times been hard to find on the website.  

If you want to be a part of REMLR there are a number of ways you can be involved, from Forum Member, to Registrant or REMLR Inc Member. To find out more visit the Members page.

The big news in 2013 is that the Australian Army has begun the replacement of it's 4wd, Truck and Trailer Fleets with Land Rover 4x4, Land Rover 6x6, Motorbikes, Unimogs, Mack Trucks, Semi Trailers, Trucks, light Trailers and other vehicles being auctioned off over the next 5+ years. All of these auctions are being handled by Australian Frontline Machinery so if you are interesting in getting one of these vehicles directly form the Department of Defence, check out their website at the link below.

Find out the Latest additions to has over 500 pages on-line - enjoy!


This website presented by:  Registry of Ex Military Land Rovers Incorporated.
Postal Address:  Richard Green, 11 Burghley Street, Longford, 7301. Tasmania. Australia.
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Contact:   Go to the REMLR on-line message board and...   Join in the conversations
A list of businesses, groups and individuals that have given support over the years to REMLR over the years can be found here

1996-2013 is a not-for-profit website.
The Registry of Ex Military Land Rovers Incorporated is a not for profit organisation.