Pricing and Opening Hours

The National Anzac Centre is one of Australia’s most important cultural pilgrimages. This award-winning attraction uses interactive technology and historical artefacts to create a deeply personal connection with the past, as well as pay tribute to those who served.  The Centre combines traditional museum display and exhibition techniques with highly interactive content. 

 

OPENING HOURS

Due to the impact of COVID-19 on our operations, the National Anzac Centre will be operating with reduced hours. 

MONDAY - Closed

TUESDAY - 9am to 5pm

WEDNESDAY - 9am to 5pm

THURSDAY - 9am to 5pm

FRIDAY - 9am to 5pm

SATURDAY - 9am to 5pm

SUNDAY - 9am to 5pm

*Please note, last entry to the National Anzac Centre is 4pm.

EXPERIENCE THE STORY.

To navigate and interpret the exhibits, visitors assume the identity of one of 32 actual service men or women, and follow their experience of the Great War.

Their stories start at recruitment and continue through training and embarking, life on the convoys and the conflicts at Gallipoli, the middle east and the Western Front.

Keep an eye out for a display dedicated to your character in the National Anzac Centre. At the end of your journey through the Centre, discover the fate of your character. For those lucky enough to survive, read about their return home and the difficulties they faced adjusting back into normal society, and learn about 

MORE TO EXPLORE

The National Anzac Centre is located on Mt Adelaide, also home to the original heritage listed Princess Royal Fortress constructed in 1897. The Fortress buildings have been beautifully restored with travelling exhibits adding to the experience. Visitors can explore the battery guns and the commemorative Convoy Walk which culminates in a lookout with panoramic views over King George Sound.

 

 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are advised that this exhibition may include names, images, and references to people who have since passed away.