The Well of Contemplation
Photo by Rob Tuckwell
The Well of Contemplation is a large circular opening in the Hall of Memory. 'Gracing the Well of Contemplation, through which the "Sacrifice" is viewed with bowed head from the Hall of Memory, is a beautiful balustrade carved from solid marble taken from quarries near Bathurst. This balustrade, of most original character, suggests by its wreath like form thoughts in keeping with that group of sacrifice and tragedy which it encircles' from The Book of the Anzac Memorial (1934)
The balustrade was designed by the architect Bruce Dellit.