Changi Chapel

Changi Chapel

Changi chapel was originally constructed by prisoners of war in Changi Camp, Singapore Island, in 1944.

After the war, it was returned to Australia, erected in the grounds of the Royal Military College and dedicated as a national memorial to all Australian prisoners of war.

Visit the chapel and experience the little that is left. Lest we forget.

DETAILS

OPENING HOURS

Daylight hours

ENTRY COSTS

Free

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Ranked #90 of 197 things to do in Canberra on TripAdvisor

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Heritage Trees and Campbell's Cottage

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A beautiful park like setting for the Chapel, open to visitors - free. There is also the Mount Pleasant lookout with its cannons and historical information boards.

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Peaceful

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The Changi Chapel was brought back to Australia piece by piece from Singapore and put back together. The Chapel is in the grounds of the Royal Military College Duntroon behind the RMC Chapel, years...

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Reflect on the suffering of POWs

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Set in the grounds of the Royal Military College Duntroon near the ANZAC Chapel is an amazing piece of Australia's military history. This is the original Chapel from Changi, built by the POWs and...

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CONTACT

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ADDRESS

Miles Road, Royal Military College Duntroon, Duntroon, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 2600

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PHONE NUMBER

02 6265 9460