The Memorial is located on the central north-south axis of Sydney's Hyde Park South. The original building has two levels centred round the principal ceremonial space, rising from the circular Hall of Silence on the ground floor to the impressive Hall of Memory on the upper floor. On the ground floor and wrapping round the Hall of Silence (where Sacrifice stands) are the Assembly Hall, offices and spaces used for retail and displays.
The subterranean Centenary Extension provides exhibition and education facilities. At its centre is the Hall of Service which draws from the spatial qualities of the spaces within the original Memorial building.
Reception desks are located on the ground and lower floors where our staff and Memorial Guides are available to assist you.
Public amenities including two accessible toilets are located on the lower floor.
Seating in the Memorial
Seating is provided in the Hall of Service on the lower floor as well as the ground floor. A limited number of portable stools are also available from the information counters located on the lower and ground floors.
Visitors’ lockers are located on the Lower Floor. The lockers are self-service and monitored by CCTV.
USING OUR LOCKERS
- Find an empty locker and place your belongings inside
- Press the start key on the lower left hand side of the panel
- Choose a 4 digit number, enter it on the key pad and press the lock key
- Take a note of your locker number (hint: take a photo)
- To open your locker, press the start key, enter the same 4 digit number and press the lock key
You can open your locker as often as you need to during your stay.
Lockers are cleared daily after the Memorial closes.
The Anzac Memorial is not responsible for personal belongings.
Please do not leave personal possessions or bags unattended at any time. For the safety of our visitors unattended items may be inspected and removed by authorised staff.
Access at the Memorial
The Memorial aims to enable the whole community access to its spaces, services and programs. Information on how to access the Memorial can be found on our Accessibility page. If you require assisted entry, contact the Memorial on 02 8262 2900 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.