* POPULAR * The National Anzac Centre General Admission

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The National Anzac Centre is one of Australia’s most important cultural pilgrimages.  This award-winning attraction uses multimedia, interactive technology and historical artefacts to create a deeply personal connection with the past, as well as pay tribute to those who served. To navigate and interpret the exhibits, visitors assume the identity of one of 32 actual service men or women, and follow their experience of the Great War.

Their stories start at recruitment and continue through training and embarking, life on the convoys and the conflicts of WWI.  At the end of your journey through the Centre, discover the fate of your character - did they survive, and if they did what was their life like?

The National Anzac Centre is located within the heritage listed Princess Royal Fortress constructed in 1897. The Fortress buildings have been beautifully restored with free exhibits and an incredible gift shop. Visitors can explore the battery guns and the commemorative Convoy Walk which culminates in a lookout with panoramic views over King George Sound.  Allow at least one hour to visit the centre.

Opening Hours

9am to 5pm Tuesday to Sunday with last entry at 4pm until further notice. Please note that buying 9am online tickets allows read more...