just a tram ride down st kilda road
Location Melbourne just outside the city within walking distance.Experience Beautiful structure, great surroundings of the botanical garden, beautiful trees at the entrance great place to click pictures, and if you are interested in the history this is one of the place to be. We were there just to click some pictures but I guess there is more to see and explore at the place. ServiceNo shops around it's within the walking distance from the city surroundings.
Another awesome Australian war memorial I visited. There is amazing museum, and if you go up you will get amazing view on city for free. I had really great time but because I was there with kids I will need to go there again to enjoy properly because this shrine deserve that. After visiting this place is great idea to make some Anzac biscuits :)
Gorgeous place to go to learn about Australia's involvement in the world wars. Particularly wonderful to visit in the lead up to Anzac Day.
One of Australia’s best war memorials, the Shrine of Remembrance is a moving museum dedicated to those lost in all the conflicts Australia has fought in since its foundation. Melbourne’s iconic landmark, located next to the Botanical Gardens, the Shrine of Remembrance wouldn’t look out of place in the centre of London with its classical architecture. Free to visit, a highlight of the museum is the last post which is played every day at 5pm to remember the dead.
The Shrine of Remembrance is a sacred memorial dedicated to the sacrifices of Australian men and women who have served for the good of their country. The Shrine is open to everyone who may wish to pay his or her respects whilst also learning about the significance of Australia’s participation in war and peacekeeping. It is a beautiful way to show children the meaning of sacrifice, peace and courage whilst admiring the porticos inspired by the Parthenon in Athens, the Second World War forecourt or the external buttress sculptures featuring lions and chariots.