Guided tours

Explore the Anzac Memorial's fascinating art, architecture and history on a tour led by one of our knowledgeable guides.

Join a free one-hour highlights tour on Wednesdays and Sundays at 10.30am or book a tour for a group of 10 or more people. Details and booking information below.


Free highlights tour

Discover the personal stories, stunning Art Deco architecture and commemorative symbolism behind the Anzac Memorial with a free one-hour guided highlights tour.

Led by one of our knowledgeable guides, the highlights tour explores the Memorial’s architectural design that dates back to the 1930s, the more recent award-winning Centenary Extension commemorating over 100 years of service, and the significance of the Memorial’s many incredible sculptural features.

The tour also includes the daily Service of Remembrance at 11am, a special moment to pause and remember those who served and made the ultimate sacrifice.

It is an unforgettable way to experience the Anzac Memorial.

Tours take place every Wednesday and Sunday at 10.30am, departing from the Anzac Memorial Shop near the Western Entrance.

Bookings are recommended.


Group tours

Delve deeper into the Anzac Memorial's art, architecture and history as your tour guide explains the symbolism and meaning found within and on this sculptural monument

Customised guided tours for groups of 10 or more people can be organised when you contact us  or you can state your needs using our online form. 

Please note: we are unable to accept bookings for individuals or groups of less than 10 people. We have staff available on each floor to speak to visitors and share the Memorial's history.


Guided tours are a free service for general members of the public, however donations are welcome.

Pre-paid Coach or Travel groups wishing to book a tour may incur a fee. 


School tours

For information about school bookings visit the Learning section of our website.

Photo: Copyright Brett Boardman (2019)

On this day

On this day
1 April

1921 — The First Australian Imperial Force, raised for overseas service in World War 1, was disbanded

1955 —The Australian Government announced its decision to send ground troops to the Commonwealth of Nations Far East Strategic Reserve in Malaya