What's On Today 17 February 2020
09 October 2019 - 01 April 2020
This exhibition showcases two new art commissions by artist Dr Dacchi Dang and are the first substantial acquisition for the Memorial’s collection from the Vietnamese Australian perspective on the Vietnam War.
18 October 2019 - 03 September 2020
This special exhibition honours those Australians who work tirelessly to avert tragedy and build peace.
From Bougainville to East Timor; Rwanda to Solomon Islands - explore the stories behind peacekeeping and humanitarian operations, where Australian civilians, diplomats, police and military, have shown the courage to make peace.
05 November 2019 - 01 November 2020
In times of adversity, people often look to humour to keep up their spirits. This exhibition tells the story of comedy performance spanning the First World War through to recent conflicts.
Tours of the Memorial
Memorial guides offer a personal touch to your visit and provide an exclusive experience. Highlights audio tours are also available for individual use in English, Mandarin, and Hindi. An Auslan (Australian Sign Language) video translation of the tour is also available.
Summer program of events
See what's on this Summer at the Memorial. Download our program of exhibitions, events, talks and tours.
Explore the Memorial - Family Activities
See what's on for families this Summer at the Memorial. Download our program of activities, events, talks and tours.
Exhibitions and Galleries
From permanent galleries to online exhibitions
The Memorial has several permanent exhibitions and galleries, covering Australia's involvement in all conflicts. For those outside of Canberra, we also have touring and online exhibitions, as well as collection items in fellow institutions.
Our historical building itself is something to explore. Find out the significance and commemorative role of different parts of our incredible building, and special galleries such as Anzac Hall.
Last Post Ceremony
The Last Post ceremony allows guests to remember those Australians who have lost their lives in war. It is broadcast live daily via webcam on the Memorial’s website from 4.55 pm AEDT.