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Visitors require timed tickets to enter the Memorial and attend the daily Last Post Ceremony at 4:30pm.

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DIGITAL VOLUNTEERING

Learn about Transcribe

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PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD

2024 Napier Waller Art Prize

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Touring Exhibitions

Our current touring exhibitions include ACTION! Film & War, Ink in the Lines and Art in Conflict.

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DAILY AT 4:30PM AEDT

Last Post Ceremony

From 1 January 2024, the daily Last Post Ceremony will begin at 4.30 pm.

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Development project

Our Continuing Story

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Plan your visit

The Australian War Memorial is open to the public.

Visitors require timed tickets to enter the Memorial, and also to attend the daily Last Post Ceremony at 4:30 pm in the Commemorative Area.

Access to the Memorial entrance and visitor carpark is via Fairbairn Avenue. 

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School and school aged group bookings

2024 Napier Waller Art Prize

Voting is now open for the 2024 Napier Waller Art Prize People's Choice Award.

Visit the online exhibition and vote for your favourite entry.

View the online exhibition

Touring Exhibitions

Our Touring Program features exhibitions travelling to both capital cities and regional areas of Australia, allowing wider access to the Memorial’s collection.

Current touring exhibitions include ACTION! Film & War, Ink in the Lines, and Art in Conflict.

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Transcribe

The Memorial has launched a new online platform, Transcribe. Help preserve Australia's history by transcribing records from the National Collection.

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Indigenous service

Explore a selection of resources related to the wartime experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Please be advised that the following pages contain the names, images and objects of deceased people.

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FEATURED ARTICLES
  1. The Memorial is seeking permission from the copyright holders to publish the collections listed below.

  2. The Memorial is seeking permission from the current copyright holders to publish articles and other material that has been written or created by the people listed...

  3. While Indigenous soldiers experienced some degree of equality while serving with the Australian armed forces during the World Wars, many faced dispossession, discrimination, and exclusion upon their return home. For some, this included the removal of their children.

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