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The red gravel central strip of this visually powerful landmark was originally made from crushed Canberra house bricks, chosen, in part, to echo the crunch made by military boots during a parade.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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Ranked #9 of 140 things to do in Canberra on TripAdvisor
Certificate of Excellence 2015
TRIPADVISOR TRAVELER REVIEWS
Reviewed on 17 Nov 2015
Definitely needs to be included as part of a visits to the war memorial, walk down one side and back up the other to experience the full effect.
Reviewed on 12 Nov 2015
A short stroll down from the AWM where monuments are erected to our war campaigns. Many different types and worth the walk.
Reviewed on 10 Nov 2015
As part of your visit to the Australian National War Memorial Museum (allow two days for your visit if you can) take the time. To walk down and back either side of the Anzac Parade and see the superb...
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