Getting there

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.

Drive time from Paris to the Sir John Monash Centre is approximately 90 minutes and there is free parking on site.

A direct train from Paris to Amiens or Longueau will take just over one hour. You can catch a taxi from Amiens or Longueau train stations to the Australian National Memorial site (between €30 and €45 a fare), or alternatively catch a connecting train to Villers-Bretonneux.

From Villers-Bretonneux you can either call a taxi or enjoy the 3km walk up to the Centre via the available pedestrian path (Rue d’Aubigny, Villers-Bretonneux) and stop by the Victoria School and Franco-Australian Museum on your way.

There are no taxi ranks at the Australian National Memorial, nor the Longueau or Villers-Bretonneux train stations. To ensure your secure a taxi at your chosen time and location, we recommend you book it in advance as we cannot always guarantee their availability. Their contact details are available here.

The French Travel Bureau can also provide information on a number of tours that are offered in the region.

Read more on getting to the Sir John Monash Centre from Paris here.

Route de Villers Bretonneux,
80800 Fouilloy, Somme, France

GPS Coordinates 
Latitude: 49.88707
Longitude: 2.51292

Sir John Monash Centre

Route de Villers Bretonneux

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