A physical expression of the spirit and legend of Anzac — dedicated to remembering all Australians who have served their country
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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1900 — CAPT N. HOWSE, NSW Medical Corps, won Australia’s first Victoria Cross when he rescued a wounded man at Vredfort, South Africa, during the BOER WAR. He is the only Australian medical officer to receive this honour
1916 — PTE T. COOKE won a Victoria Cross for bravery during the fighting at POZIERES. He stayed at his machine-gun position even as the rest of the team were killed or injured and was found dead at his gun. His body was later lost
1945 — PTE F. PARTRIDGE won a Victoria Cross during fighting on Bougainville. Despite being badly wounded he took a Bren gun from a dead gunner and challenged the enemy to come out and fight. He then attacked two bunkers until loss of blood stopped him