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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 Tuesday 5 April to Saturday 31 December

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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