Galleries and Commemorative Area ticket

Two hour ticket

Includes access to Aircraft Hall, Hall of Valour, First World War Galleries, Second World War Galleries and the Commemorative Area (includes the Hall of Memory, Roll of Honour, Pool of Reflection and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier).

Book for May

Last Post Ceremony ticket

Entry at 4:20 pm, ceremony commences at 4:45 pm

Includes attendance at the daily Last Post Ceremony, held in the Commemorative Area.

Book for May

The Australian War Memorial is open for visitors as we work to expand our galleries.

All visitors require a free timed ticket to enter the Memorial Galleries and attend the Last Post Ceremony. Visitors are advised to book their free ticket in advance to guarantee entry.

While we are in the process of transforming the Memorial, please expect some disruption to your visit including construction noise, changed parking conditions, and reduced access to some galleries and exhibitions.

We thank you for your understanding and look forward to welcoming you.

Memorial Entrance

The Memorial has a temporary entrance,located opposite Poppy’s Café.

Gallery Access

Iconic areas of the Memorial will remain accessible to visitors including Aircraft Hall, Hall of Valour, First World War Galleries, Second World War Galleries and the Commemorative Area which includes the Hall of Memory and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Roll of Honour and Pool of Reflection.

Access to the Conflicts - 1945 to Today Galleries is available from 10 am to 1 pm on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Access is included in your Galleries and Commemorative area ticket. Simply book a ticket for the Memorial galleries during these times and staff will assist you on the day.

COVID-19

We are following ACT health directives to ensure your safety. Please check the ACT’s COVID-19 website before you visit and postpone if you are feeling unwell. Do not visit the Memorial if you are in quarantine or self-isolation.

Maps

Acknowledgement of Traditional Custodians

The Australian War Memorial acknowledges the traditional custodians of country throughout Australia. We recognise their continuing connection to land, sea and waters. We pay our respects to elders past and present.