ANZAC Memorial Hyde Park

A physical expression of the spirit and legend of ANZAC—dedicated to remembering all Australians who have served their country in the armed forces in wartime or on peacekeeping.


100 Years of ANZAC

Commemorating the Centenary of the First World War—sustaining remembrance of past sacrifices into the future.

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Your Visit

Open 9am – 5pm daily

Join us in remembrance of the men and women who have served Australia. Entry is free.


Plan an excursion

We offer a range of focus tours. Help us share the ANZAC legacy with future generations.


Make a donation

Support the Memorial by donating your time, funds for projects and collection items.

Our Collection

Every object tells a story…


On this day
31 August

1918 — Battle of MONT ST QUENTIN, overlooking the town of PERONNE began.  Depleted Australian Divisions, led by Lt Gen Sir John Monash, won an impressive victory over the German troops and took 2,600 prisoners. This Battle is considered by many to be the crowning achievement of the AIF in WW1

1918 — PTE G. Cartwright won VC at Road Wood PERONNE, France

1937 — AC W.S. McAloney won Albert Medal for Gallantry. This was later converted to a George Cross. He was awarded an OBE in 1966

1951 — HMAS SYDNEY and HMAS TOBRUK sailed for service in KOREA