Shrine of Remembrance
Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance is located off St Kilda Road, within the King’s Domain Parkland. It can be reached within 20 minutes when walking from the city centre. Trams southbound from Flinders Street Station stop near the Shrine, along St Kilda Road. Also, Stop 13 for the Melbourne City Tourist Shuttle is nearby.
Opening hours are 10am and 5pm daily, with the exception of Good Friday and Christmas Day when it is closed. On ANZAC Day, the Shrine hosts a dawn service at 6am, an ANZAC march at 9am and a commemorative service at 1pm.
Shrine entry is free, but donations are encouraged. A gold coin donation will also allow visitors to lay a poppy in respect. Etiquette requires visitors to remove hats inside, turn off mobile phones and keep food and drinks outside.
The onsite Visitor’s Centre offers maps and advice, and the Shrine of Remembrance shops sell memorabilia.
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