ANZAC Parade Free Guided Walk
Take an ANZAC Parade Free Guided Walk and discover the symbolism and stories behind the memorials that line Anzac Parade. Your experienced volunteer guide will tailor your to your group.
Walks explore some of the 11 memorials along the ANZAC Parade. Anzac Parade was officially opened on 25 April 1965 to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of the Anzac landing in Gallipoli. ANZAC is the name given to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps soldiers who landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula on 25 April 1915.
The national capital's major ceremonial avenue is set along the Land Axis which forms a key feature of the original 1912 plan for Canberra by Walter Burley Griffin.
Guided walks are offered more during Daylight Savings or as part of special events such as the Canberra and District Heritage Festival.
Groups of over 15 people can book at anytime by email.
Bookings are essential but free of charge.
TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 66 reviews
“History of Canberra”
I chanced upon this pavilion as I was walking round the lake. There is an interesting short video about the Canberra region and some lovely views from the windows. A free place to visit in Canberra.Read the full review on TripAdvisor
“Definitely visit to learn all about how Canberra came to be”
As far as I gather this place doesn’t get too much foot traffic however it really must be on a visitors to do list as you get to learn all about how Canberra came to be and all the amazing details of...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
“Worth a look”
This little display is worth a look, allow about 40 mins to browse the displays and watch the short film. It's worth popping in just for the great views across the lake and across to the...Read the full review on TripAdvisor
- Half Day or Less
- Caters for people who use a wheelchair.