An enduring legacy

The Anzac Memorial Centenary Project will deliver an enduring legacy as part of NSW's Centenary of Anzac commemorations. The Anzac Memorial Trustees are calling on the community to support this project as they did in the 1930s.

Bruce Dellit's original plans will finally be brought to life with a major $40 million design project by Johnson Pilton Walker and the NSW Government Architect. These plans will incorporate important new interactive/educative facilities and a water cascade to bring to life the significant contribution made by our servicemen and women, in a way that engages with current and future generations.

It is a significant project and requires considerable investment.

Support us and be part of this once in a generation tribute

Your donation will help fund:

  • innovative education opportunities through curriculum connections, accessible objects and diverse and engaging content
  • the Memorial’s role in protecting caring for and displaying the Memorial’s collection
  • links to the community through volunteer programs, internships, education and outreach programs.

Involvement with the Memorial can take many forms. We also welcome enquiries from the corporate sector wishing to explore tailored partnering opportunities.

Depending on your level of support benefits may include:

 

Contact: Rosie Patrielli, Centenary of Anzac Program Management Office, Department of Premier and Cabinet

Telephone (02) 9513 2080 Email  rosie.patrielli@dpc.nsw.gov.au

 

 

On this day
21 July

1942 — Japanese forces landed at GONA, New Guinea, with the intention of capturing Port Moresby by an overland route. This was the beginning of the campaign on the KOKODA TRACK

1942 — Coastwatcher SBLT C. L. PAGE, RANVR, was escorted by the Japanese to Nemboe Island, in the Solomon Islands, where he was executed

1969 — A USN Unit Commendation was awarded to HMAS PERTH for “exceptionally meritorious service” in Vietnam