Guided Tours

There are a number of ways to discover and learn about the Anzac Memorial. We welcome you to pick up a brochure and explore the Memorial at your own leisure.

Customised tours for individuals and groups with specific needs can be arranged, but we ask that you call ahead to discuss any particular requirements you have. Please call in advance to arrange a tour on 9267 7668 or contact us via email at manager@anzacmemorial.nsw.gov.au

For information about school bookings and an online booking form, please click here.

On this day
29 June

1942 — SALAMAUA , a New Guinea village defended by 300 Japanese troops, was attacked by 70 men of the 2/5th Independent Company and the New Guinea Volunteer Rifles. They killed over 100 Japanese and caused large-scale destruction of airfield facilities, including the radio station and a supply dump. Three Australians were slightly wounded.

1950 — Australia became one of the first countries to commit Navy, Army, and Air Force units to the UN Command for service in Korea