Guided tours

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

Customised individual and group guided tours can be organised when you contact us  or you can state your needs using our online form. 

 

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Guided tours are a free service, however donations are welcome.

 

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

On this day

On this day
26 March

1917 — First Battle of GAZA began. This was the first Allied attempt to capture this major Turkish centre 32km inside the border of PALESTINE. Two Australian Light Horse Brigades, the ANZAC Mounted Division, and the Imperial Camel Corps were involved in the battle

1917 — CAPT P. CHERRY, a GALLIPOLI veteran, won a Victoria Cross at LAGNICOURT, France. Despite facing strong opposition, Cherry organised machine-gun and bombing parties to progress his company’s attack after all of the Officers became casualties. He was killed during this action. The Victoria Cross and the Military Medal he had won earlier were presented posthumously. There were 1010 Australian casualties, including 300 taken prisoner in this battle