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Anzac parade is full of memorials to past wars, other countries and the Australian armed forces. Best way to view them all is to grab a bike and bike up one side and down the other.
This one is not the best of them -...More
It took reading the plaque to work out all of the shapes and their meanings in this memorial but that does mean you spend extra time taking it in. There is a danger that you focus on just the sculpture and not the overall meaning...More
If you are visiting the Australian War Memorial, try and include a visit to some of the notable memorials situated in Anzac Avenue. Memorials such as this one, together with the Vietnam War Memorial, the RAAF Memorial, the Royal Australian Regiment etc all serve as...More
stunning bronze sculpture by artist Ante Dabro. Ante has other works at the Australian National University, Canberra Airport and in the City. The memorial is combines bronze and water in a very dramatic way
An elaborate bronze monument, combining both sight and sound, the Royal Australian Navy Memorial is a wonderful tribute to the Navy. Combining easily recognisable aspects of navy personnel and features, the memorial includes running water that is engineered to symbolise the noises of a boat...More