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National Anzac Centre General Entry Ticket
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National Anzac Centre General Entry Ticket

By National Anzac Centre
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Duration: 1–4 hours
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  • Access to all buildings within the Princess Royal Fortress
  • Entry/Admission - National Anzac Centre
What's not included
  • Transportation to/from attractions
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and Drinks
  • Guide


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
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  • All buildings and attractions adjacent to the National Anzac Centre are included as part of the admission price.
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  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 50 travellers

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  • National Anzac Centre
    2,170
    Australia
    Joined in December 2014
  • Kathy_1979_MU
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    A must stop
    What an amazing place. Location is special and beautiful. You get a soldier's card from WWI. You learn about him and others as they tell a the story visually and audibly. A must stop. We're so glad our cruise ship stopped in Albany.
    Written 18 February 2024
  • stwa6260
    0 contributions
    An excellent memorial and museum highlighting the historical significance of Albany
    This is an amazing memorial where visitors are given a card with the name of a member of the forces who left Albany for Europe at the end of 1914. You can follow this person's journey throughout your experience. The memorial is situated overlooking King George Sound where nearly 40000 left for Egypt before going on to Europe and Gallipoli. Over one third who left never saw the Australian coastline again. The museum has audio players and wonderful displays pictures and film footage. The memorial room has a display of the names of those who made the ultimate sacrifice with the digital display underneath the rippling water as it makes its way to the panoramic windows. I've not seen anything better. Lots also to see in the grounds and surrounds with the gun emplacements still able to be viewed. Highly recommend this for all visitors and is suitable for all ages if guidance is given.
    Written 14 January 2024
  • Michael B
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    Albany ANZAC Museum
    I visited the museum today and was very surprised by the size. The actual museum is indoors and well layed out. They have a lot of media and IT that is easy to use and provides amazing information. Inside the museum they also have volunteers that wonder to assist and answer any questions. Outside they have ships guns, torpedoes, gun pits, coastal defences, amazing scenery of the bays, coast. Absolutely worth a visit. To note they off any serving or Ex Defence member a very generous discount. The gift shop also offers a lot of items to make your trip memorable.
    Written 20 November 2023
  • prsiebs
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    Touching tribute to those who left Albany to fight
    A brilliant memorial to all of the service men and women who left the shores of Australia to fight, many never to return again, either alive or well. A fantastic balance of historic detail and storytelling. Four hours flew by. Followed by a wonderful lunch at the facility restaurant.
    Written 10 November 2023
  • Paradise57278784459
    0 contributions
    Very Modern Museum
    I found the Anzac centre disappointing as it is a thoroughly modern museum using too much hi tech and not enough of the people. The idea is that you take a card and follow the story of a particular person through their experience of the First World War. You got to access computer screens to access the info and certain points in the museum. There was also films running on loops and auditory sections. It is well done for what it is, but I find I get more from looking at artefacts from real people eg the rations packs or the field medical packs, the toys of the children in one of the fort buildings. That’s how I feel involved in the lives of the individuals. Too modern and fancy for my taste which feels lacking in soul.
    Written 19 October 2023
  • robrG5378WT
    0 contributions
    Lest we Forget.
    Great tribute to the ANZACS. The unique Follow a Soldier concept is both entertaining and educational. The soundtrack of soldiers marching is hauntingly moving and emotional. Respect!
    Written 22 September 2023
  • Q2993DAbarbarad
    0 contributions
    An evocative display
    The National Anzac Centre is a remarkable monument acknowledging the last staging post before sailing to the Middle East for convoys. The displays are very informative and the two main digital explanations are a great way to engage the viewer. The views across the sound and harbour are evocative, however there is so much emotion it is hard to spend much more than an hour.
    Written 22 July 2023
  • Greg H
    0 contributions
    Excellent presentation in a unique way
    By following a particular individual, you get a more intimate story about the events of the times. Great venue on a very scenic site.
    Written 21 July 2023
  • Christine J
    0 contributions
    Sobering but informative visit
    Everyone coming into the centre is given a card with a person who served in the war on it. You can follow their journey around the exhibit from enlistment to life after the war. The exhibit has been well thought out and has some interesting spaces to contemplate what happened to all those young men so long ago. Recommended for anyone who wants to understand what our ANZACs endured and why we remember their sacrifice every April 25.
    Written 30 May 2023
  • 723marees
    0 contributions
    Excellent
    Could have spent alll day, here, what an amazing tribute, exhibition to the ANZACS. So much to see and do. the displays are so detailed and informative, Loved the scan to listen and interactive displays. Lots to walk around and experience too. An amazing place not to be missed. Unfortunately the Cafe not open all the time so missed out on that experience and had leave to go back to town for a coffee. We could have come back as the ticket allowed us all day viewing.
    Written 14 May 2023
  • Sarahclark777
    0 contributions
    Outstanding!
    The centre has been set up exceptionally well. The character cards add a nice personal touch and really do draw you further into the experience. The audio experience was also fantastic and gave real insight to the conditions and perils of conflict. We all learnt new things and came away with a renewed appreciation for our soldiers, even our 6 year old. Leave plenty of time to fully immerse yourself in the experience!
    Written 4 May 2023
  • Stockers104
    0 contributions
    Moving National Anzac Center
    Thanks National Anzac Center containers a lot of stories about Anzac troops leaving Albany on convoy ships bound for Gallipoli. On entering you are giving a soldier's card & you can follow him through WW1 . If you have a DVA card ( white or gold ) you can get a discount for entry. On entering you are giving an interactive auda box to use in the center. Allow plenty of time to take in all the displays. Highly Recommend
    Written 1 May 2023
  • Cheryl C
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    Great interaction
    Great interactive place. Great work done by all to bring this to life. Would loved to have stayed longer but we misjudged our time.
    Written 22 March 2023
  • Robert W
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    Don't forget to tour the Fort!
    The old fortifications of the Princess Royal Fortress surround the new National ANZAC Centre and should also be included in any visit, so allow plenty of time.
    Written 19 March 2023
  • NorthStar171484
    0 contributions
    A must see while in Albany
    One of the best Anzac memorials I’ve ever seen. The detailed exhibitions were so informative. Would definitely recommend a visit. I learnt so much.
    Written 6 March 2023
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chrisaust
Perth, Australia107 contributions
Dec 2020 • Couples
All I can say is charging $25 Entry Fee for a National Memorial is absolutely outrageous.
The AWM in Canberra is free and has a far more extensive collection.
The Albany Centre while in a decent building and location the displays are quite limited and the floor space small And somewhat disappointing.
Written 26 January 2021
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Smartierenae
Perth, Australia98 contributions
Wonderful experience. So much to see and do here. The centre itself doesn’t have much on display, it’s more about reading and listening to the audio guide. I loved it although the $25 entry fee is a little pricey and if you have a large family this could just be too expensive for a visit.
Written 17 November 2021
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Jan N
Aldridge, UK100 contributions
This museum takes an unusual stance; giving each visitor a participant to follow through the conflict and some beyond into later life.

Very interesting for me as my grandfather served at (and survived) Gallipoli in the British forces.

Moving and humbling experience.
Written 26 January 2020
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Nigel S
Lightwater, UK5,233 contributions
Feb 2020
We have been to some outstanding memorials in NZ and Australia, there are some great parts to this one such as the path to war, the convoys and the horseman, however overall, this one just didn't have the same wow factor. Given a high tech audio guide which is very impressive (just point), but we both soon got tired of just listening to individual's accounts. We found the place quite dark and so difficult to read the narrative in places. The surrounding area however; fantastic!
Written 6 April 2020
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JulesSe7enty
Perth, Australia11 contributions
May 2021 • Couples
Very informative and sobering visit. Worth the admission, despite what other posts may say. So much history and detail around the Gallipoli, Palestine and European stages for the ANZAC campaigns.

Compelling viewing for all ages, to really remind us how lucky we are.

Fortunate to visit on a stormy day; the building rocked with the gusts of wind, and gave the feeling of being on a ship.
Written 1 June 2021
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kaa6
Leumeah, Australia71 contributions
Spent way longer here than we thought we would. You are given the card of a military personnel on entry and you follow their story throughout your visit. There are also general audio clips to listen to on a personal device provided on entry. Very interesting, moving and informative. Spectacular views are an added bonus!
Written 15 September 2022
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Susan S
West Chatham, MA9 contributions
Mar 2023
Overall, the museum has a huge amount of interesting information. Unfortunately, because there is so much information, it is difficult to really be able to focus on what we are hearing and seeing. We found the audio tapes not always pertinent to the display where they were located. And the sequence being presented was not always easy to follow. So, basically good but overall, disappointing for our group of 4. We left after about 1 1/2 hours where we usually spend much more time at museums such as this.
Written 7 April 2023
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John
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Dec 2020
Coming down from Perth , visiting the ANZAC centre was high on the family’s list of things to do , however the exorbitant entry fees (no family discounts) were a deterrent, very disappointing to have missed the ANZAC Centre. School children of all ages should be discounted - anyone from yr 10 onwards has to pay full price. Hence the poor rating, I’m sure the actual experience would’ve been 5 star.
Written 9 December 2020
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rasco81
Goole, UK152 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
A well set out centre. Small buildings around the carpark,with exhibitions in each one giving lots of historical facts and personal details of soldiers. You could join a guided tour up to a mast, there was also buildings and guns up there. Sergeants and officers mess. You can walk around heavy artillery and for kids, climb upon them, in well maintained grounds, with picnic tables. The main exhibition is overlooking the coast. There is lots and lots of information about every aspect of Australian involvement in the war. Very enlightening and poignant. Give yourself at least 4 hours to see everything
Written 22 February 2020
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Rambutaan
Australia95 contributions
Jan 2023
If you ever wanted to know more about the ANZACs, this is the ultimate experience. There are many exhibits as you would expect in a typical museum and it also includes an audio tour. What sets this memorial/museum apart though is the simple yet beautiful memorial water feature to ensure we don't forget those that died for our country during WWI. You'll also receive a ticket that you can use to reveal the story of a particular person who served in WWI (e.g. reporter Charles Bean) as you progress through the centre. While it might be considered somewhat of a gimmick, it at least kept our kids occupied as it was interactive.

For those curious to know whether any of their family served in WWI for the ANZACs, there is an interactive touch screen table where you can search by surname in their database.

We could've easily spent more time there but as we have young kids, we were somewhat rushed. I still felt it was a worthwhile experience and it'd be moreso if you took your time to experience everything.
Written 13 January 2023
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