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The Anzac Memorial

Remembering Australia’s War in Vietnam, 1962–72

Where
Anzac Memorial
Anzac Memorial
Southern end of Hyde Park, Sydney NSW 2000
When

Every day, 9am to 5pm Wednesday 11 January to Sunday 19 March

Cost

Free

An exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of the end of Australia’s war in Vietnam — the defining event for an entire generation.

Discover the lived experiences of veterans of Australia’s war in Vietnam through the personal stories of four Australians – the last Australian engineer officer to leave Vietnam, one of the first RAAF gunship pilots to deploy, an Australian entertainer and a nurse working in a military hospital in Sydney.

The exhibition is free and open daily from 9am to 5pm.

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