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The Australian-American Memorial
Sir Thomas Blamey Square, Russell, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Ranked #156 of 223 things to do in Canberra on TripAdvisor
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“Bird on a Stick”
Drive slowly by or park briefly in the square to view the Commemorative bird on a stick and read the plaque to Sir Thomas Blamey. Dont park in the main carparks opposite as its paid parking and you...
“Worth a Look”
You can see this from a fair distance, well built and worth a look also a plaque for Sir Thomas Blamery and explains who he was.
“Important, but it won't take you long to see it...”
This memorial commemorates the American contribution to the defence of Australia in the second world war It's quite striking, but it's often noted that it looks rather like Bugs Bunny from a...
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