Current Events

  1. Cartographical curiosities

    18 October 2019

    Free public talk
    Research Centre Reading Room, 12.30 pm

    Millions of military maps have been produced over the decades, and almost all were two-dimensional. To help convey complex terrain, a small number of three-dimensional maps were created. Join research centre staff for a look some of the 3D maps in the Memorial’s collection.

    Bookings essential

  2. Women in war

    19 October 2019

    Free performance
    Anzac Hall - 11.40am, 12.40pm, and 1.40pm

    See actor Leith Arundel in two moving performances about the experiences of women in wartime, Last letters and Radio silence.

  3. Napier Waller Art Prize curator-led tour

    22 October 2019

    Free public talk
    Mezzanine, Anzac Hall, 11:30am

    Join art curators for a tour of the Napier Waller Art Prize exhibition, including the winning entry and those highly commended.

  4. Napier Waller Art Prize curator-led tour

    29 October 2019

    Free public talk
    Mezzanine, Anzac Hall, 11:30am

    Join art curators for a tour of the Napier Waller Art Prize exhibition, including the winning entry and those highly commended.

  5. Stories from the yarning circle: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women's war art

    31 October 2019

    Free curator-led talk
    Meet in the Orientation Gallery, 12.30 pm

    To mark the 99th anniversary of Aboriginal servicewoman Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s (Kath Walker) birth, join a curator for a behind-the-scenes talk and view works of art by female Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.

    Bookings essential

  6. Story time

    01 November 2019

    Free activity for children
    Lower galleries, 10:30am

    Hear stories of brave animals, extraordinary people, and faraway places brought to life through puppets, uniforms, and educational toys.

  7. Epitaph

    01 November 2019

    Free performance
    Anzac Hall - 11:40am, 12:40pm and 1:40pm

    This museum theatre piece captures the emotional struggle for Australian families at the end of the First World War as they faced the task of writing an epitaph for their loved ones buried in foreign lands.

  8. Epitaph

    02 November 2019

    Free performance
    Anzac Hall - 11:40am, 12:40pm and 1:40pm

    This museum theatre piece captures the emotional struggle for Australian families at the end of the First World War as they faced the task of writing an epitaph for their loved ones buried in foreign lands.

  9. Epitaph

    03 November 2019

    Free performance
    Anzac Hall - 11:40am, 12:40pm and 1:40pm

    This museum theatre piece captures the emotional struggle for Australian families at the end of the First World War as they faced the task of writing an epitaph for their loved ones buried in foreign lands.