ANZAC Parade Walk

Local nameANZAC Parade Walk
LocationCanberra, Australia

Anzac Parade, a significant road and thoroughfare in the Australian capital Canberra, is used for ceremonial occasions and is the site of many major military memorials.

Named in honour of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps of World War I, Anzac Parade joins Gallipoli Reach of Lake Burley Griffin in the south and the Australian War Memorial to the north. As the main axis between Parliament House and Mount Ainslie, it bisects Constitution Avenue, which forms one side of the Parliamentary Triangle between Civic and Russell Hill.

The Parade is flanked by Victorian blue gum eucalyptus trees on gently sloping banks either side of the three-lane, one-way roads centred by a wide parade ground topped with granulated rock, with planted boxes of a low bush called Hebe.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anzac_Parade,_Canberra

Official website http://www.nationalcapital.gov.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=281&Itemid=251

Email nce@natcap.gov.au

Phone +61 2 6272 2902

Address 74 ANZAC Parade, Canberra 2612, Australia

Coordinates -35°17'8.851" N 149°8'39.919" E

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