The Australian War Memorial and Anzac Parade are unique and important national landmarks that help us to understand and commemorate the contribution and loss of Australians during times of armed conflict.
Close to one million people visit the Memorial each year to pay their respects and gain an understanding of Australia's experiences at world wars, conflicts and international peacekeeping. The Australian War Memorial and Anzac Parade were included in the National Heritage List on 25 April 2006.
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