Shrine of Remembrance

Picture of the Shine of RemembranceThe Shrine of Remembrance is Victoria's largest and most visited war memorial, is of national significance and is an iconic Melbourne landmark.

The Shrine plays a pivotal role in commemorating the service and sacrifice of our veterans and educating Victorians and visitors about Australia's war history.

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Support for the Shrine

The Victorian Government provides the Shrine with operating funding plus additional funding to help deliver programs that teach our students about Victoria's proud wartime history and the sacrifices made by our veterans.

In 2014, the $45 million Galleries of Remembrance were opened, a project which converted 1,600 square meters of undercroft space to permanent exhibition space, and provided an education centre, auditorium and public and staff facilities in a new southern extension.


Last updated on Wednesday, 30 August 2017