18-55 mm lens
Canberra, ACT Australia
The Australian War Memorial was opened in 1941, and looks down upon Canberra and Parliament House
The War Memorial is considered one of the nation’s greatest. Standing at the top of Anzac Parade, the memorial is home to a large collection of pictures, media and information about the War, personal and public records and more.
The collections held in the Australian War Memorial reflect a number of wars/armed conflicts with which Australia has contributed across the globe. These include WWI, WWII, Korean War, South African War, Gulf War and many others.
The memorial hosts a range of activities, a vast collection of information and pays tribute to over 100,000 Australian men and women who died serving their country both here and overseas.
Infomation found 13 September 2009