The Army Recruit Training Centre Kapooka will be affected by strike action on Thursday.
National Union of Workers members employed by Broadspectrum at Blamey Barracks, Kapooka, will stop work for 24 hours from 7am.
Broadspectrum operates stores at Kapooka.
The industrial action is in relation to a pay claim. Members will be holding a barbecue in front of Blamey Barracks at 7am.
Workers at the base have been negotiating with Broadspectrum for a new collective agreement since March.
The company has offered employees an average wage increase of 1.9 per cent per year, but NUW workers are seeking an increase of 2.5 per cent.
“Broadspectrum employees in the RMV region perform a crucial role in supporting Australian Defence Force members,” NUW industrial officer Alex Snowball said.
“The workers are highly skilled and have many years of service serving our defence force. Broadspectrum needs to recognise this by offering these workers a fair wage increase.
“Wage stagnation is a national crisis, with wages barely keeping up with inflation. Broadspectrum workers are taking a stand against this by fighting for a fair wage increase”.