Took my 10 year daughter there and spent some time looking. I explained what the memorial stood for. Oddly it was filled with Japanese tourists. Wonder if Pearl Harbor attracts them as well.
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If you have not visited the Shrine of Remembrance before or it has been a while since your last visit make it a must see on your trip to Melbourne. The museum under the Shrine is a credit to the Trustees as it is suitable...More
Have lived in Melbourne all my life ( so far ). Have visited before but never went up to the balcony. What a stunning view out over the parklands and up St.Kilda Rd.
the Shrine is a hidden gem of information that tells the story of what makes our country great, although we lived for many years on the back of the sheep, gold and farming. all that would not have been possible if not for the people...More
i always stop by here visiting Melbourne. Usually on the bicycle (hires everywhere) a short ride from the CBD, walk or hop on a tram. Wonderful sculptures nearby of soldiers and I find the shrine peaceful and moving.
Beautiful shrine in remembrance of those who served and died for their country. The architecture is striking and honors those who fell but will not be forgotten
For persons interested in wars it has an extensive museum. The display is very tastefully presented. It is a solomn place deserving of respect to the fallen. Staff are excellent.
This is one place I've been coming since I was a kid. I joined the Royal Australian Navy and served for 10 years. I've done a few Anzac days marching up St Kilda Road and finishing at the Shrine of Remembrance. Take your time when...More
This memorial has free entry & is located in the Botanical Gardens. The place has lots of volunteers happy to guide you & talk you through the museum. There is lots of displays & information mainly about Victorians involvement in the wars. A fantastic memorial...More