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Regular visitors will notice that we have made changes to our operations to ensure the health and safety of visitors, staff and volunteers.
Visitors over the age of 16 years are required to check-in prior to entry using the Check IN CBR app.
3D Treasures features a selection of objects from our collection in 3D, giving you a closer view of these stories than ever before.
National Reconciliation Week 2021
As part of National Reconciliation Week, the Australian War Memorial is sharing stories of the service of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Learn more through our collection of art, film and personal stories.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people please be aware that this resource contains images and names of deceased people.
It’s a simple cross of nails mounted on a small wooden plaque. But the story behind the cross and how it came to be a powerful symbol of peace and reconciliation after the Second World War is a poignant one.
A concert to create a deeper understanding of the Vietnam War through music.
Vietnam Requiem brings together Australia’s leading composers and performing artists to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.
Len McLeod was 18 years old when he joined the US Army Small Ships and witnessed one of the largest naval battles in history.