What Is The National Memorial of Australia?
The Australian War Memorial is a national memorial remembering all armed forces and groups who have died or entered in the wars of the Commonwealth of Australia. The Australian War Memorial is located in Canberra, capital of Australia.
It is on TreloarCrescent which is on top of Anzac Parade and the suburb is Campbell, 2612. It was opened in 1941 and is one of the most meaningful memorials in the world.
There are 3 parts in the Australia War Memorial: The Commemorative Area which includes the hall of memory with the Unknown Soldier, The Memorial’s galleries and a Research Centre that contains records of soldiers that have passed away.