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Desert Mounted Corps Memorial

ANZAC Parade, Canberra 2612, Australia
+61 2 6243 4211
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Imposing and life-like statues.

This Memorial commemorates the actions of the Australian forces in the Middle East in the period... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Brian W
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Sydney, Australia
take a stroll

Take a stroll down Anzac Parade from the Australian War Memorial down to the lake and you pass all... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2016
johnnycns
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Sydney, Australia
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1 week ago
“Imposing and life-like statues.”
8 Oct 2016
“take a stroll”
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ANZAC Parade, Canberra 2612, Australia
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+61 2 6243 4211

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This Memorial commemorates the actions of the Australian forces in the Middle East in the period 1916 to the end of 1918 - a campaign that is often overshadowed by the concurrent events on the Western Front (Europe). The one battle that is remembered is...More

Thank Brian W
Reviewed 9 October 2016

Take a stroll down Anzac Parade from the Australian War Memorial down to the lake and you pass all these amazing Memorials which are on either side. Delightful way to spend an hour or two

Thank johnnycns
Reviewed 19 February 2016

One of the first monuments along the anzac walk- history buffs will love stopping at all of these to learn more, although this one in particular doesn't have much information associated with it.

Thank Rebecca N
Reviewed 5 January 2016

Even if you have no link to the ANZACs remembered here, this particular memorial is an evocative sculpture showing the relationship between both the Australian and New Zealander, and also the soldier and his horse.

Thank Richard F
Reviewed 6 July 2015

Again, like all of the monuments along ANZAC Parade, they are worth a short visit to contemplate the sacrifice made by so many in the wars and battles they commemorate. The service by those who participated is worth recognising, that so many suffered and died...More

Thank FilBee
Reviewed 25 October 2012

Visit as part of the ANZAC Parade walk. It's one of a number of memorials - and is quite a moving experience.

Thank Sam L
Reviewed 19 September 2012

This sculpture really reflects upon the nature of the relationship between Australia and New Zealand and embodies a great deal of the ANZAC spirit. It is one of the memorials along ANZAC Parade that caught the imagination of the party of 11 year old school...More

Thank kiwi0810
Reviewed 28 February 2012

While we walked on the ANZAC parade we saw this memorial. Don't miss out to see this place with war memorial.

Thank onlyworld
Reviewed 21 January 2012

As an old soldier I am moved by such memorials they show the suffering of those that gave us our way of life

Thank Bill M
Reviewed 19 June 2011

This memorial was initially built after all the ANZACS in Egypt and Palestine donated a days pay in 1917 towards it’s construction. It portrays the mateship that goes hand in hand with ANZAC’s, and portrays mounted Diggers in action. The memorial specifically remembers the ANZAC’s...More

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