Visitor Services

Museum - The Memorial's exhibition area on ground level showcasing a selection of items from the Memorial's collection is now closed to allow for construction works as part of the Anzac Memorial Centenary Project.

Tours

There are a number of ways to discover and learn about the Anzac Memorial. Customised tours for individuals and groups with specific needs can be arranged, but we ask that you call ahead about any particular requirements you have. Please call in advance to arrange a tour on 9267 7668 or contact us via email at manager@anzacmemorial.nsw.gov.au

11am Service of Remembrance

At 11am everyday the Anzac Memorial holds a Service of Remembrance. Following a recitation of the Ode  "Last Post" is sounded and a one-minute silence is observed followed by "Rouse". Visitors to the Anzac Memorial are welcome to participate in this service.

There are several Cafes nearby which can cater for groups and individuals.

Please note that the Anzac Memorial does not have public toilet facilities. We recommend you visit https://toiletmap.gov.au/Find

On this day
20 February

1942 — Battle of KOEPANG. Japanese troops landed in Timor and met spirited resistance from the Australian troops. Faced with overwhelming odds, most of the Australians surrendered, while others joined forces with the 2/2nd Independent Company and waged a long and gruelling guerrilla campaign, with assistance of friendly Timorese, against the Japanese. The initial attack on Timor cost 84 Australian lives