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. You can see a row of plaques noting details of wars in which Australia has participated. A dawn service is held every year on Anzac Day in their memory.
The Anzac Hill Memorial is worth visiting, not only to commemorate and honour the men and women who fought in the great wars for Australia but also to learn about Australia's involvement in wars around the world. This place is also an ideal spot for an overview of the town. Anzac Hill Memorial lookout offers a breathtaking 360 degrees panoramic view of Alice Springs and the beautiful surrounding of West MacDonnell Ranges.
Located on Anzac Hill Road Alice Springs, you just need a short drive up the hill off from Stuart highway to reach the memorial, not far from the centre of town. There are a few steps to go up the memorial from the parking area, but you can also walk around on a path that winds up to the lookout. This path is accessible for wheelchairs or prams. While you walked up, you will be accompanied by a well-maintain green garden along the way.