Hours and admission

 

Opening hours

The Anzac Memorial is open every day, except Good Friday and Christmas Day, from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

 

 

Admission to the Memorial is free

 

Good times to visit

Time spent at the Memorial is individual and depends on your interests; we recommend you allow yourself approximately 1 hour to explore.  The Memorial’s quietest times are 9:00–9.30am and after 3.00pm Monday to Friday.

Occasional special events may result in the Memorial's closure for short periods. 

If you would like to chat to one of our staff about planning your visit, please call us directly on (02) 8262 2900 or email manager@anzacmemorial.nsw.gov.au. Or perhaps you would like to book a guided tour.

 

 

On this day

On this day
24 June

1927 — Opening of the MENIN GATE Memorial at YPRES, Belgium. This Memorial records the names of over 56,000 Allied soldiers, including 6176 Australians, missing in the battles around YPRES in World War 1

1940 — The British Government requested Australian support in the provision of military assets to assist in the garrisoning Malaya

1942 — Rommel’s Afrika Corps attacked Egypt, forcing the Allied troops back to El ALAMEIN

1942 — Maroubra Force was formed from the 300 strong Papuan Infantry Battalion and the 39th Battalion, an Australian militia unit. Its job was to defend Port Moresby