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Australian War Memorial

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The Australian War Memorial combines a shrine, a world-class museum, and an extensive archive. The Memorial's purpose is to commemorate the sacrifice of those Australians who have died in war. Its mission is to assist Australians to remember...more
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Treloar Crescent, Canberra 2612, Australia
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Reviewed today via mobile

This Memorial is outstanding in showcasing all wars where Australians have and are participating. Showcases many artefacts, with many pieces being donated by people or families who survived the various wars. It’s free and if you want to see all of this place, then give...More

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Reviewed today via mobile

There is much to see at the Australian War Memorial. If you were to read absolutely everything on display I imagine it would take some days, and indeed it takes a good half day or more just to make your way around. Positives: an incredibly...More

Thank Kath B
Reviewed today

What a special visit, words can't explain the atmosphere, if you get the chance stay for the last post ceremony do it.

Thank Mark H
Reviewed yesterday

We visited to see the Poppies installation. We weren't disappointed, An extremely moving tribute to our fallen. Get down to Canberra before they've gone.

Thank Michelle O
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is an exceptional memorial and museum It is very well maintained and the displays are first class Make sure you see G for George and the sound and light display. This visit I went to see the poppy display. I commend all who participated...More

Thank Rosemary V
Reviewed yesterday

My husband and I recently visited the War Memorial as we were very keen to see the latest exhibit. This is the Poppy display which commemorates the Australian lives lost in the First World War. When we approached the grassy area to the side of...More

Thank helen k
Reviewed yesterday

Amazing day, maybe need 2 or 3. Some really interesting exhibitions that give insight into what our brave soldiers went through.

Thank jezjacz
Reviewed yesterday

War is a horrible thing although take some out of you time in Canberra and visit the memorial to honour the ones the who gave their life. During our visit the highlight of the visit was the 62,000 hand made poppies representing the 62,000 service...More

Thank Kevin B
Reviewed 2 days ago

Although we have visited the War Memorial before we decided to visit it again while the knitted poppies were on the lawn and was touched by the number and area they took up. To think that they represent Australians that lost their lives was very...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Wow! It has been a couple of decades since my last visit here and there has been a lot of work done sense! The on honour walls are incredible and the dome is beautiful… But all of the displays (interactive, A/V, static) are downstairs. Absolutely...More

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tezya n
4 August 2018|
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Response from Sarah N | Reviewed this property |
All day if you have that long! It depends how interesting you find it but they do give you a free map which shows the “must see” areas of you are on a timescale or have kids that bore/tire easily.
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fayeBennetto
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Free. Almost everything in Canberra is Free.
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