Archibald Fountain, or fully known as the J.F. Archibald Memorial Fountain, was donated to Sydney for Australia's contributions to WWI. It's at the opposite side of Hyde Park from the ANZAC Memorial.The fountain has three tableaux overseen by the central Apollo figure. There's Diana, the goddess of the hunt; Thesus battling the minotaur; and a god of the pasture. Turtles spit water back toward Apollo.
The Archibald Fountain, built in 1932 and located in the center of Hyde Park, is recognized as the most beautiful public fountain artwork in Australia. The fountain was built to commemorate the Alliance of Australia and France during the First World War and was designed by French sculptors based on the architecture and art of ancient Greece and Rome. In addition to enjoying the independent beauty of the fountain during the day, you can also take photos with the Sydney Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral. The fountain will also spray colored water jets at night, forming another beautiful scene.