The Shrine of Remembrance located in Kings Domain on St. Kilda Road, Melbourne, is one of Melbourne’s most iconic landmark, honouring the service and sacrifice of Australian men & women who served in armed combat and peacekeeping operation during the world war I.
It is a place for sharing and preserving important stories about war, peace, service and lessons learned.
Top of Shrine of Remembrance
View from top and face to city. Can you see the St. Paul Cathedral from far?
Recommend to visit a few hour to explore, learnt, reflect and pay respect. You can join a guided group at 11am and 2pm (Always check for the update time before you go, just in case any changes of the timing).
Don’t ask me how to go there? I actually walked from the city, crossed the Princes bridge, passed the Queen Victoria Gardens, Sydney Myer Music Bowl and looked for Royal Botanic Gardens. It is actually just inside the Royal Botanic Gardens. All I could remembered is a long long walk.