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The Anzac Memorial relies on the generosity of its volunteer Memorial Ambassadors to enhance the visitor experience. Ambassadors actively engage with members of the public and act as hosts for the Memorial, conveying its history and purpose in an informative and respectful way. 

We are currently accepting expressions of interest to be a Memorial Ambassador. If you have an interest in military or social history, architecture and art, and are comfortable with both public speaking and customer service, apply now through the Volunteers NSW website

Please note that we are only able to accept volunteer applications when roles are advertised. If you would like to know when we will be recruiting next, please register your interest by emailing manager@anzacmemorial.nsw.gov.au.

On this day

On this day
25 June

1916 — PTE J. JACKSON won a Victoria Cross near Bois Grenier, Armentieres, France. He had entered the Army under-aged and after service on GALLIPOLI, he moved to France. His patrol entered enemy lines but then withdrew. Jackson moved from a safe position to recover wounded men until he was hit and subsequently lost an arm

1950 — The North Korean Peoples Army invaded South Korea, beginning the three-year-long Korean War