Current Events

  1. Family tours

    21 January 2020

    10.15 am, Meet at the entrance to the Second World War Galleries

    Discover some of the captivating stories behind the objects on display in this 30-minute tour designed for children and their families.

  2. Hands-on history

    21 January 2020

    11 am, Lower galleries

    What do servicemen and servicewomen wear? What do they eat? What jobs do they do? Come along with your family to find out.
     

  3. Family tours

    22 January 2020

    10.15 am, Meet at the entrance to the Second World War Galleries

    Discover some of the captivating stories behind the objects on display in this 30-minute tour designed for children and their families.

  4. Hands-on history

    22 January 2020

    11 am, Lower galleries

    What do servicemen and servicewomen wear? What do they eat? What jobs do they do? Come along with your family to find out.
     

  5. Collection detection

    22 January 2020

    2 pm, Captain Reg Saunders Gallery
    Meet a curator and discover rarely seen items in the Memorial’s collection. Learn more about the fascinating job of these experts in this hands-on experience for families.

  6. Family tours

    23 January 2020

    10.15 am, Meet at the entrance to the Second World War Galleries

    Discover some of the captivating stories behind the objects on display in this 30-minute tour designed for children and their families.

  7. Hands-on history

    23 January 2020

    11 am, Lower galleries

    What do servicemen and servicewomen wear? What do they eat? What jobs do they do? Come along with your family to find out.
     

  8. Make and create

    23 January 2020

    11.30 am to 1 pm, Education Space, lower galleries

    A free craft session for children and their families. Create items to take home or help make a collaborative work to display in the Education Space.

  9. Fact versus fiction: Australian prisoners of the Japanese

    23 January 2020

    12.30 pm, BAE Systems theatre

    This public presentation will address some of the facts and fiction surrounding Australian prisoners of war.