National Police Memorial
The National Police Memorial pays tribute to Australian Police Officers who have been killed on duty or died as a result of their duties since the start of policing in Australia.
The Memorial, dedicated on National Police Remembrance Day on 29 September 2006, recognises the unique nature of police service and the dangers that police face in their daily pursuits.
Subdued lighting adds atmosphere every evening from dusk. See each of the 700+ touchstones individually lit. The rear of the wall is lit with an image of St Michael, the Patron Saint of Policing.
TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 42 reviews
“Impressive Memorial but there are far two many names on it. Certainly evocative.”
We found this Memorial whilst walking around the banks of Lake Burley Griffen. It is on the Northern shore near the National Carillon. The Memorial commemorates Australian police from all States and...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
Visited out of respect for our police men & women that put their lives on the line for us. Not a lot to see but would mean a lot to a person that has lost a loved one in the line of duty. Glad we...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
A beautiful location and memorial. Words in stone written by children, wives, work mates about there lost ones. Great to see 'aboriginal assistants' (trackers) included. Very emotional if you know...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
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