Support the Memorial

Support the Memorial as a volunteer, a donor or by donating objects to the collection

Exhibition item - photo by Rob Tuckwell

Donate an object

The Anzac Memorial Collection is a cornerstone in its mission to maintain the memory of NSW citizens who served, both home and abroad, during conflict and peace keeping activities...

Donation Tin Hat - Photo by Rob Tuckwell

Donate money

The challenge remains to ensure the Anzac Memorial continues to lead and sustain remembrance of past sacrifices into the future. ‘Lest We Forget’.

We need your support.

Please consider making a financial contribution to the Memorial. Help us to honour the Anzac legacy and educate and inspire for generations to come.

Michael Wilson

Donate your time

The Anzac Memorial depends on support from the community to assist us in preserving the memory of those who have served in war through remembrance and interpretation by volunteering their time. Anyone aged 18 years or over interested in the history of the Anzac Memorial and the involvement of New South Wales citizens who served their country in war or in peace keeping activities can apply to be a volunteer.

the dome of stars inside the anzac memorial at hyde park sydney nsw

Buy a star

In 1934 the RSL launched a fundraising campaign selling stars to be featured in the Memorial’s Great Dome to raise money to allow for the completion of the Memorial build. £11, 868 was raised. As we mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War, the public again has an opportunity to support NSW’s principal memorial and honour the Anzac Legacy.  

On this day
20 May

1941 — German airborne forces began their invasion of CRETE. Allied forces out  numbered the Germans but were poorly equipped due to the rapid evacuation of Greece. Attacks were launched at Canea, Maleme, Retimo, and Heraklion

1943 — Japanese bombers attacked EXMOUTH, Western Australia

1993 — 1 RAR troops returned to Australia after peace-keeping duties in Somalia

2004 — The Australian Defence Force ceased the formal provision of security forces in TIMOR LESTE, handing responsibility to the country’s own Defence Force and Police