Plan Your Visit

The Anzac Memorial is dedicated to the remembrance of Australians who have served in war. As Australia marks the 100th anniversary of the First World War, the NSW Government is enhancing the Memorial.

The Anzac Memorial Centenary Project will be completed in November 2018 and finally realise Bruce Dellit's original vision. Stunning new features will also be introduced and  enhance the Memorial's reputation as a New South Wales landmark. 

Access to the Memorial's Hall of Memory during construction is via stairs located on the northern side of the building near the Pool of Reflection. Lift access to the Hall of Memory is available, however visitors will require staff assistance. Please contact us to organise your visit.

We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience. 


ANZAC Memorial window and external sculptures

Contact us


Hyde Park, South
Sydney NSW 2000

Locked Bag 53
Darlinghurst NSW 1300

Telephone: 02 9267 7668 or 02 8262 2900
Fax: 02 9264 2039

Anzac Memorial - external view - Photo by Rob Tuckwell

Getting to the Memorial

The Anzac Memorial is located within Hyde Park South. The closest cross streets are Elizabeth Street and Liverpool Street. Museum is the closest train station and is only a short walk from the Memorial.

To organise your trip by public transport we recommend visiting or calling 131500...

ANZAC Memorial - view of Sacrifice Statue - photo by Rob Tuckwell

Hours and admission

The Memorial is normally open every day, except Good Friday and Christmas Day, from 9.00am to 5.00pm.  Anzac Memorial Centenary Project construction works have caused a temporary closure of the Memorial on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 February. The Memorial will also be closed from Monday 20 February until Friday 3 March in the interests  of visitor comfort. We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.



School children on excursion - Indigenous Ceremony - Photo by Rob Tuckwell

School Bookings

An important part of the Memorial's mission is to foster relevant learning experiences for students that develop an understanding of Australian service and sacrifice in war and peacekeeping. The Anzac Memorial is an ideal educational setting for students to undertake programs that encourage remembrance of our veterans, their service to Australia and their legacy - the Anzac spirit.

Anzac Memorial Exhibition area - Photo by Rob Tuckwell

Visitor Services

The Anzac Memorial Centenary Project will be completed in November 2018 and finally realise Bruce Dellit's original vision. Stunning new features will also be introduced and enhance the Memorial's reputation as a New South Wales landmark. During construction the Hall of Memory will remain open to the public and our staff are available for tours.

ANZAC Memorial - view of Sacrifice Statue - photo by Rob Tuckwell


Access services can be arranged for tour groups or individuals by contacting the Anzac Memorial in advance. Please contact us on 9267 7668 or email .

Exhibition items - photo by Rob Tuckwell

Things to Remember

The Anzac Memorial is a place of commemoration and remembrance of the service and sacrifice of Australian men and women in war and peacekeeping activities since 1914. We request that visitors behave in a respectful manner at all times. Food and drink may not be consumed within the Memorial. We also request that mobile phones be switched to silent. All commercial photography is prohibited.


Martin Place Cenotaph - Photo by Rob Tuckwell

Other Places to Visit

Located in Australia's oldest park, the Anzac Memorial is surrounded by a number of other monuments and cultural institutions. Please contact them directly if you are interested in more information.

Sydney's Cenotaph is located a nearby in Martin Place.

Australian Museum -

On this day
22 October

1916 — HMAS UNA (ex German sloop KOMET) arrived at Malekula Island, New Hebrides, to mount a punitive action against rebellious natives. 40% of UNA’s crew were struck down with malaria

1942 — Battle of GOODENOUGH ISLAND, New Guinea.  This island was occupied by the Sasebo 5th SNLF (Japanese) and securing it was part of the build-up for a major offensive at BUNA

1950 — Battle of YONGJU / The Apple Orchard. This was the first action that Australian troops saw in Korea when they were called to support American troops. Capt Denness won a Military Cross, Lt Butler won a Silver Star and 7 Australians were wounded in the action