It was very fascinating, and each group told a story. It took about half an hour to look at it, and then I felt the hair stand up behind my neck several times. When you enter, it is on the right side of the seemingly large Cascade Garden. You can also visit Kokoda Memorial, which is very good.
In a beautiful tree-lined area, Australia pays tribute to those who served and died in the war. It is worth a visit and there is on-street parking in the garden area. We came across this war memorial while walking in the Cascade Gardens. The area is not very large and there are almost no visitors. There is an inscription in which you can find some information about the memorial.
In a small park, there is not much to see. I met on the way to Central Station and stopped to take a few photos. The plaque of freedom is not free is impressive.
A place worth visiting, you can go to the tropical rainforest, see koalas, and feed kangaroos.