Join us for a private tour exploring the art, architecture and history of the ANZAC Memorial.
Built and funded by the people of NSW to commemorate those who served in the First World War, the ANZAC Memorial is one of our State’s most significant cultural and commemorative institutes. (It is also the winner of the Judges Choice Award at this year’s National Trust Heritage Awards!)
Of particular interest will be the recently opened Hall of Service where a moving installation by artist Fiona Hall displays soil from the 1700 NSW towns and districts the First World War enlistees called home.
After our tour of the Memorial we will walk through Hyde Park past the Archibald Fountain which commemorates the collaboration between France and Australia during the Great War.
Our tour will finish with morning tea served in the hidden crypt underneath St. James Church in Macquarie Street.
We will meet at the Liverpool Street entrance to Anzac Memorial, Hyde Park.
For more information please contact Annalise Scanlan on 0419 919 140.