Part commemorative site, part museum, and part research center, it's a major Canberra attraction and displays a ton of artifacts from Australia's military history.
My inner art nerd is endlessly fascinated by wartime propaganda posters, and I was happy to find quite a few pieces scattered around the museum:
The Memorial is also home to a sweet statue of Private Simpson and his donkey, who are a legendary part of Anzac WWI history. For those who don't know the story:
"Simpson landed on the shores of the Gallipoli Peninsula on 25 April 1915 as part of the ANZAC forces. In the early hours of the following day, as he was bearing a wounded comrade on his shoulders, he spotted a donkey and quickly began making use of it to carry his fellow soldiers. He would sing and whistle, seeming to ignore the bullets flying through the air.....They worked all day and night throughout the whole period since the landing, and the help rendered to the wounded was invaluable."
[stolen from here]
Before we left, we paid a visit to the commemorative area, pausing at the Roll of Honour where visitors can place poppies by the names of servicemen and women in remembrance of their sacrifice.
We thank you for your service.