Hunt Architects acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live and conduct our business.

We pay our respects to Elders past and present. We value their continuing culture and contribution to the life of our nation, regions and cities.

We Will Remember Them

National Anzac Centre

The centre is a single level building perched on columns on a sloping hill that reaches out over the landscape with two large windows giving sweeping views. Both the materials used and the building forms evoke maritime themes – a ship at dock connected to the land via an existing gangplank. The building features large galleries, curtain wall windows, exhibition spaces outdoor observation areas and art interpretive systems all overlooking panoramic views of King George Sound.

Through multi-media, online experiences and interactive technology, the stories of 32 people who served in the First World War, are brought to life.

The National Anzac Centre was one of a handful of Australian attractions included on a list of 26 must-see new experiences as part of the Lonely Planet e-book New in Travel 2015 and has been named Australia’s number one museum by TripAdvisor users.

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