Anzac Hill Road, Lot 8199 Town of Alice Springs. (GPS: S23. 41’ 41.04”; E133. 52’ 55.61”), Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870, Australia
Aug 30, 2014 · The ANZAC Hill Memorial was dedicated in 1934 to commemorate those who had served in World War One. A wall containing plaques is situated behind the memorial which now commemorates Australian servicemen and women who have served in all wars and conflicts.<br /> <br /> The Alice Springs RSL Sub-Branch, chartered in 1932 with 12 members, was instrumental in having ANZAC Hill and what is now ...
Anzac Hill. The most visited landmark in Alice Springs, Anzac Hill is the ideal spot for an overview of the town. The lookout offers a panoramic view of Alice Springs and the beautiful surrounding ranges. The Anzac Hill Memorial was unveiled on 25 April 1934 (Anzac Day) and was originally dedicated to all those members of the armed services who ...
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Anzac Hill, located in the north of Alice Springs, is a lookout and war memorial with views over the entire town and surrounds including Heavitree Gap and the MacDonnell Ranges. The view makes Anzac Hill a popular stop-off for visitors to the area. Especially around sunrise and sunset when the stark ‘Red Centre’ is aglow with […]
The Alice Springs RSL Club and War Museum are located at the bottom of ANZAC Hill. Rev. Harry Griffiths designed and dedicated the ANZAC Hill monument in 1934, which is a monument to bushmen, stockmen, prospectors and others who enlisted from the inland. The memorial cost 90 pounds, however the road up the hill to the memorial would have been ...
Dec 27, 2014 · The Alice Springs RSL Sub-Branch, chartered in 1932 with 12 members, was instrumental in having ANZAC Hill and what is now ANZAC Hill High School and oval granted to them as ANZAC Reserve. The Reverend Harry Griffiths of the Australian Inland Mission suggested a memorial be erected on the crown of the hill and he was responsible for the design.
The Anzac Hill lookout is one of the most visited spots in Alice Springs and sitting at the top of the hill is a war monument. Although the monument at the lookout was originally unveiled on ANZAC day in 1934, dedicated to those who fought and died in World War 1, it has since come to represent all of the lives lost in conflict on behalf of ...
Feb 24, 2019 · Anzac Hill Memorial in Alice Springs is a popular tourist destination and the most visited landmark in Alice Springs. It remains open for 24/7. Originally unveiled on 25 April 1934 (Anzac Day) and dedicated to all who had paid the supreme sacrifice during World War I, it has become a memorial to all who have served in the defence of our country.
The Alice Springs War Memorial, situated on the crest of ANZAC Hill in the central Australian town of Alice Springs. The memorial was initially unveiled on ANZAC Day, 25 April 1934, to commemorate the service and sacrifice made by those from the town of Alice Springs during the Great War.
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