About the Memorial

The Anzac Memorial is administered by a Board of Trustees appointed under the Anzac Memorial (Building) Act 1923. The Trustees are responsible for the management, maintenance and preservation of the Anzac Memorial as New South Wales’ principal war memorial.

The Trustees' vision is "To PROMOTE, MAINTAIN and ENHANCE the Anzac Memorial as the State's principal commemorative and interpretive monument dedicated to the service and sacrifice of Australians in armed conflicts, to maximise its potential to inform all visitors and to educate future generations."

On this day

On this day
15 April

1915 — LT C. POPE won a Victoria Cross at LOUVERVAL, France. Having been ordered “to hold this post at all costs”, Pope and his men, who were out of ammunition, charged a large German force. Later, his body, and those of his men, was found close to 80 dead Germans

1942 — HMAS VENDETTA, which had been stranded in dry-dock in SINGAPORE when the Japanese invaded, arrived in Melbourne after being towed over 8000Km in 72 days

1951 — C Company 3 RAR captured Hill SALMON in Korea