Canberra is home to many memorials, from those commemorating those lost serving their country to the discovery of the east coast of Australia.
Discover Anzac Parade on foot
— with its red gravel symbolising the bloodied sands of Gallipoli, and planting extending up to the Australian War Memorial. The walk takes in 11 small memorials dedicated to battles in which Australians fought.
Nearby, see the Australian-American Memorial known locally as The Eagle, the National Police Memorial, wander around Reconcilation and Commonwealth Places and see the Captain Cook Memorial Jet, commemorating Captain Cook's discovery of the east coast of Australia.