Anzac Memorial, architectural render of the Cascade and entry to the Centenary Extension. Courtesy Johnson Pilton Walker

Anzac Memorial 2018

Focus Tour - Saturday 3 November

Sydney

Built

1934

Architect

Bruce Dellit

Additional architects

Distinguished architectural firm Johnson Pilton Walker designed the Centenary Extension in collaboration with the NSW Government Architect’s Office.

The Anzac Memorial in both its original and its extended form is a work of art and a remarkable piece of architecture. The original partnership between the artist George Rayner Hoff and the architect Charles Bruce Dellit has been honoured by the new partnership between renowned Australian artist Fiona Hall and award-winning architect Richard Johnson. The relationship between art and architecture is seamless and speaks to an ongoing respect and reverence for this unique place within our contemporary society.

Tour experience

With the Centenary Project drawing to a close, enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the newly renovated Anzac Memorial.

 

Key information


Session duration

60 mins


Capacity

This tour has a capacity of 20 people per session.


Need
to know

  • Photography restricted
    No flash photography. No tripods.

  • Toilets available

  • Pram friendly

  • Accessible


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Acknowledgements

The Anzac Memorial is proudly supported by the NSW Government.