National ANZAC Centre

The award winning National Anzac Centre is one of Australia’s most important cultural pilgrimages. Located within Albany’s heritage listed Princess Royal Fortress, the centre overlooks the bay from which over 41,000 men and woman departed Australia for the Great War.

The centre combines exhibitions, rich in objects with highly interactive, multi-media content. To navigate and interpret this content students assume the identity of one of 32 actual service men or women, and follow their experiences of the Great War, from recruitment, through training and embarkation, ship-board life on the convoys, the conflicts at Gallipoli, the Middle East and the Western Front and for those lucky enough to survive, their return home and the difficulties they faced adjusting back into normal society.

The layered approach to uncovering information enables teachers to highlight or omit a variety of concepts, themes or levels of complexity dependent on which year level of the curriculum they are working with. This provides teachers with the flexibility to develop and deliver their own specific programmes and lesson plans.

Visit Website

Learning Areas:

English
HASS
History
Technologies

Suitable for: Years 4 – 12

Activities:

Interactive Tours

Contact:

6820 3500

Contact NAC

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The award winning National Anzac Centre is one of Australia’s most important cultural pilgrimages. Located within Albany’s heritage listed Princess Royal Fortress, the centre overlooks the bay from which over 41,000 men and woman departed Australia for the Great War.

The centre combines exhibitions, rich in objects with highly interactive, multi-media content. To navigate and interpret this content students assume the identity of one of 32 actual service men or women, and follow their experiences of the Great War, from recruitment, through training and embarkation, ship-board life on the convoys, the conflicts at Gallipoli, the Middle East and the Western Front and for those lucky enough to survive, their return home and the difficulties they faced adjusting back into normal society.

The layered approach to uncovering information enables teachers to highlight or omit a variety of concepts, themes or levels of complexity dependent on which year level of the curriculum they are working with. This provides teachers with the flexibility to develop and deliver their own specific programmes and lesson plans.

Visit Website

Learning Areas:

English
HASS
History
Technologies

Suitable for: Years 4 – 12

Activities:

Interactive Tours

Contact:

6820 3500

Contact NAC

12 + 11 =

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National Anzac Centre
67 Forts Rd, Mount Clarence WA 6331, Australia

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22 Collie St, ALBANY WA 6330

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CONTACT US

22 Collie St, ALBANY WA 6330

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