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.
Commemorating the Centenary of the First World War—sustaining remembrance of past sacrifices into the future.
Join us in remembrance of the men and women who have served Australia. Entry is free.
We offer a range of focus tours. Help us share the ANZAC legacy with future generations.
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1911 — The Royal Military College, Duntroon, was officially opened by the Governor General. The first Commandant was COL W BRIDGES who later died of wounds received at GALLIPOLI. He is buried in the grounds of the College
1950 — The United Nations Security Council recommended UN assistance to South Korea following the invasion by North Korea on 25th June
1950 — Six Lincoln bombers of 1 Squadron RAAF and a flight of Dakotas from 38 Squadron formed part of the Far East Air Force. This contribution by the RAAF represented Australia’s first involvement in the MALAYAN EMERGENCY