Architectural render of the inside of the Sir John Monash Centre
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Welcome

Be among the first to visit the Sir John Monash Centre

The Sir John Monash Centre will open to visitors in April 2018, after 27 months of construction.

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History

5 things you should know about the First World War

While there is so much to learn about the First World War, here are five interesting facts to get you started

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Travel

Find out how you can travel to the Sir John Monash Centre

The Sir John Monash Centre is located approximately 150 km north of Paris and 20 km east of Amiens. It is roughly half-way between the town of Villers-Bretonneux and the towns of Corbie and Fouilloy.

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Sometimes harrowing, often moving – the Sir John Monash Centre tells Australia’s story of the Western Front, in the words of those who served.

Set on the grounds of the Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery in northern France, and adjacent to the Australian National Memorial, the Sir John Monash Centre is one of the key sites of the Australian Remembrance Trail on the Western Front. With new and archival footage, animation, maps, music and soundscapes, the Sir John Monash Centre brings you the Western Front as never before—in the words of those who were there.

Bookings for the SJMC will open in October 2017.

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