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National Anzac Centre, Albany

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  • We spent hours there reading all the stories of the ANZAC's and the horrors they endured in WW1. On arrival, you are given a card that relates to a real person who served in the Great War, including n...  more »
  • Very impressed interesting to see what happened in the past,,old pictures,,sad to see the war times.  more »
  • Get lost for hours here with many a great story and life as it was. Great interaction and massively informative. Brilliant walks to the monuments with informative information wherever you go. Lest we ...  more »
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  • Wonderful, and a wonderful, interactive way of educating us about the futility of war .I was Captain Ferdinand George Metcalf, and survived. If you go you'll understand what I'm on about. If you're this far south in W.A. a must.
  • It was fantastic to walk around and the museum was well presented. Not cheap to get in though and would not recommend taking small kids as you want to spend a bit of time walking around and listening to all the stories. I honestly was pretty impressed by the whole thing
  • This place was amazing! If you want yourself and your family to have a better understanding of what our Anzacs went through this place is perfect. My husband and I took our 9 year old daughter and she loved being given her own soldier to follow and learn about what he went through using the interactive stations provided.
  • Loved it here! Very interactive, great way to learn a bit of history and to try to understand how the men felt about fighting in a war. Very well done.
  • Walking into this memorial I had goosebumps. What a wonderful memorial to our soldiers some who survived and to the ones who never returned. The interactive way of moving thru the museum was amazing make us one with the soldier. I spent hours there reading and taking in the photos and overlooking the bay where the ships were waiting for tge soldiers to board. Please dont miss this, it is emotional and well worth it.