ANZAC Parade is the National Capital's major commemorative way. Memorials dedicated to Australian and New Zealand service people who've fought and died in war line the length of the Parade. Download a podcast of the memorials from the website.
The red gravel central strip of this visually powerful landmark was originally made from crushed Canberra house bricks, chosen, in part, to echo the crunch made by military boots during a parade.
ANZAC parade's dark eucalypt 'walls' are created by Victorian Blue Gum. The planter boxes are sewn with native New Zealand Hebe Otari Delight to symbolise the ANZAC connection.
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Ive had to pleasure of marching up this parade on multiple occasions and if you ever get the chance to be there on a special military ceremony (ANZAC day is the best, of course) then it is definitely...
nice walk down the walk with statues located on each side of the road. Look front, depending on which side you are looking at, you have the war memorial, behind you have parliament house
The ANZAC Parade Walk has many memorials dedicated to the military service corps of Australia over the years. It is a lovely area with walkways. Many thanks to Australia and its servicemen and...
- Car park
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- Shaded Area
- Walking Tracks