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National Anzac Centre

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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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67 Forts Rd | Mt Clarence, Albany, Western Australia 6330, Australia
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6820 3500
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All reviewsanzac centreinteractive displaysnew zealandersfirst world warmen and womeninteractive experiencestate of the artpersonal storiesoverlooking king george soundhigh techallow plenty of timegreat tributecouple of hoursper adultexcellent museumfitting tributetwo hours
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very impressive. So sad so many young men lost but some heroic dtories as well. Both our soldiers came home. The electronics are very good recommend everyone should visit

Thank Debbie H
Reviewed 2 days ago

Excellent facility. Loads of information that is clearly set out and presented in interesting way. You can read and listen to accounts from soldiers and an army nurse. Well worth the visit.

Thank Sue S
Reviewed 3 days ago

The location and outset and serounding of My Clarence is very well done. Also the driveway from the entrance to the ANZAC CENTRE, and the walkway to the lookout over Albany and Middelton beach is fantasticly laid out, and a lot of historical informatoin available...More

Thank Petrus S
Reviewed 4 days ago

A stunning effort to commemorate the brave souls that went to war, The exhibits very well done. The views were stunning even on a grey cloudy day.

Thank anew63
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This memorial has personalised some of the veterans and has made the self guided tour so memorable and personalised by assigning a WW1 veteran to you on entry and enabling you to electronically follow his or her story throughout the war. Lots of information about...More

1  Thank Nonapama
Reviewed 4 days ago

This was new to us as it has only been opened in recent years. The displays generally are top class. My only complaints would be that we were delayed getting in as visitors have to have a not very short intro talk before going in....More

Thank Stephen D
Reviewed 4 days ago

This architectural masterpiece is perfectly positioned overlooking the picturesque King George Sound where troops departed for duty in WW1. The staff are passionate and willing to answer all your questions and more. The interactive displays with handsets and your own individual soldier (card) allow you...More

Thank Val P
Reviewed 5 days ago

Moving and thoughtful tribute to the Anzac troops who participated in WW1. individual stories brought history to life and excellent interactive displays. Oh the futility of war. 81,500 australians and 18,500 New Zealand lives lost and counbtless most maimed and psychologically destroyed. How important to...More

Thank Matebi
Reviewed 6 days ago

There is a lot to see here both inside the Centre and outside so allow plenty of time. Lovely walks to do and fabulous views. A great place next door for food, coffee etc. If you prefer to bring your own food there is a...More

Thank Kerryn F
Reviewed 1 week ago

Whilst in Albany this is a must see attraction. Built for the centenary of WW1, this site is truly amazing. great interaction between visitor and history …

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Pauly Q
13 April 2017|
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Response from Tess D | Property representative |
Adults - $24.00 Concession - $20.00 First Child (5-15 years old) - $10.00 Every child thereafter - $5.00 Children under 5 years - Free
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Marsbar66
11 February 2017|
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Response from Elizabeth K | Reviewed this property |
Yes Seniors Discount but this may not apply to interstate seniors. It's only $15 as I recall. You get two technological tools included in that. The King George whiting in tempura batter at the adjacent Garrison Restaurant is... More
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Acasualuser
24 March 2016|
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Response from Elizabeth K | Reviewed this property |
No booking necessary for Anzac Memorial Centre at Albany but if you have a group larger than eight ring ahead to let them know you are coming and at what time. Might be helpful but not mandatory.
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