Tagged: Australian

New: British Commonwealth Infantry

Use the New Bolt Action British Commonwealth plastic infantry, based on the 8th army plastic with heads to represent Australian, South African, New Zealander and LRDG/SAS troops, to stop the…

Battle Report: The Hay Bale War

One of our Australian customers, Mark Newton has spent some time putting together a report of his latest Bolt Action adventures – a fictional trade war between the US and…

New: Australian Second Wave

The second wave of Australians has hit the shores of the Pacific theatre! The guerilla warfare has intensified! This article is jam-packed with releases! We broke down the list of…

Frontline Reports: Warlorder Pete’s Australian Forces

Warlorder Pete H shows off his ruff and ragged Australian force! Pete: G’day, Welcome and Salutado. I present photos of my Bolt Action Australian WW2 Army and a brief technical…

Bolt Action: Australian Militia Painting Guide

Hi guys, Bryan Cook here from the Bolt Action Alliance and welcome to another step by step painting guide, this time it’s for the Australian Militia who fought in the…

New: Australian Officer Team + flamethrower, light mortar and sniper teams

Leading the Australian forces into the heart of the enemy is the new Australian Officer team, with support from the new flamethrower, light mortar and sniper teams. Officer Team View…

New: Australian Jungle Division infantry section

Forming the backbone of the Australian army in the Pacific is the new Jungle Division infantry section. View in Store In early 1943, the Australian Army reorganised its militia and…

New: Australian Militia infantry section (Pacific)

Sweeping through the Pacific jungle is the new Australian Militia infantry section. View in Store The militia was trained and equipped to a lesser degree than their regular counterparts in…

New: Papuan Infantry Battalion section (Pacific)

Scouting the front lines is the new Papuan Infantry Battalion section, setting up traps and performing stealthy reconnaissance, most definitely the kind of chaps you’d want on your side! View in…

New: Australian medium mortar team + Australian MMG team

Setting up within the dense Pacific forests are the new Australian medium mortar team and medium machine gun team. Medium Mortar Team View in Store In most jungle operations the…

New: Australian short 25-pdr (Pacific) + PIAT and anti-tank rifle teams (Pacific)

Providing support to the Australian ground troops is the new short 25-pdr and the PIAT and anti-tank rifle teams. Short 25-pdr (Pacific) View in Store The ubiquitous 25-pdr was the…

New: Bolt Action Campaign: New Guinea

Our antipodean friends rise to the challenge and step into the jungles of New Guinea in this new and challenging theatre of war! View in Store This book is a…

Step by Step: Australian Commandos Review & Painting Guide

Bryan Cook yet again astonishes us with his painting and drops a few words of wisdom on the new Australian Commandos. Review Bryan: G’day fellas! Warlord Games has finally released…

New: Australian Independent Commando squad

Fighting off the enemy as much as the dense jungle, the Australian Independent Commando squad lie in wait. View in Store The Australian Army raised a number of units for…

Bolt Action: D-Day Campaign Team Event Australia

We caught wind (literally as they were all nearly swept away in a storm) of some spectacular action going on down south… in deepest Australia as the superb Brian Cook…

In the pipeline: Cool Waterloo & a little South Pacific action!

Let’s have a little look inside the studio… Coming for a set later this year are two superb characters for the Historic battle at Waterloo period. Warlord Sculptor Wojtek has…

New: Australian Army List for Bolt Action

Hi guys, Bryan here from the WWPD blog. I’ve been working on something special with my mate Patch down here in Australia for the last few months (not to mention…

Bruce Murray’s M13/40 Italian tanks

Check out these lovely examples of our Italian M13/40 tank painted by Bruce Murray. As you can see Bruce has added an Italian flag as an air recognition symbol –…