National Anzac Centre, Albany

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Overlooking the actual harbor from which Australian troops left to fight in the Great War, National Anzac Centre allows you to follow them on their personal journeys through hands-on multimedia displays. The award-winning center is a moving tribute to over 41,000 men and women, whose names appear on the Infinity Waterfall. Activate the audio guide and listen to their fascinating stories as you browse through the exhibits, including contents of war ships and various weapons. Before you head to Albany, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Albany travel route planner, to make sure you see all that Albany has to offer, including National Anzac Centre.
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  • Fair to say don't take young kids. They don't say not to but the after 20 mins ours were too noisy and boisterous to be in there. 3 years old. The place though was very well laid out, they way... 
    Fair to say don't take young kids. They don't say not to but the after 20 mins ours were too noisy and boisterous to be in there. 3 years old. The place though was very well laid out, they way...  more »
  • We had a very informative time viewing and learning the history of all our diggers who fought so bravely at Wartime. You can join Brian at 10.30am for a free guided tour of the site with weapons... 
    We had a very informative time viewing and learning the history of all our diggers who fought so bravely at Wartime. You can join Brian at 10.30am for a free guided tour of the site with weapons...  more »
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  • Well worth the visit, I could have easily spent the better part of a day here. The interactive displays made it easier to interact with and immerse myself in the terrifying world these service men and women must have endured. It was as good as the army museum in fremantle and Te papa in Wellington NZ.
  • Truly a humbling experience. The number of Australians, who at a very young age, gave their lives to protect ours. Take the time to visit and walk the barracks and see the interactive museum.

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