The Experience is open in 23 locations across Australia. Each visit to the Experience is expected to last around 2 hours, including admission, briefing and viewing the galleries.
Download the Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience 360° Explorer application to take an interactive virtual tour of the exhibition.
For an even more immersive experienceto find out more about the use of Google Cardboard and other virtual reality devices to enhance your experience.
Event staff will be present on-site and will direct general traffic. Car parks and taxi drop offs will be clearly sign posted.
Bus drop off and parking will be clearly signposted and will be advised in advance where possible. Group buses are asked to drop off passengers and wait in the designated bus park area. Drivers are asked to remain with their vehicles.
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Please ensure you have printed your ticket or have a digital copy on your phone ready to be scanned on entry to the Experience.
Please ensure you have printed your ticket or have a digital copy on your phone ready to be scanned on entry to the Experience. Upon arrival at the venue, the group leader will need to check in at the Group Bookings desk. At this point you will be asked how many people you have in your group to ensure the numbers match our records.
If you or a member of your group requires disabled access or any extra help at the Experience, you should notify check-in staff at the Group Bookings desk upon arrival at the venue.
For groups of children under 12 years of age we recommend one teacher/supervisor for every five children. For groups of students 12 - 18 years we recommend one teacher supervisor for every 10 students.
We take care of your personal possessions in the cloakroom however if you are concerned for any items security we recommend you take a small bag with these items into the Experience.
Oversized items will not be permitted within the Experience. Bags permitted into the venue must meet the following conditions:
Bags that do not meet these requirements must be cloaked to ensure the comfort of all patrons.
While most prams are permitted inside the Experience, please be advised that size restrictions may apply.
A limited range of light refreshments and snacks will be available from the venue. The offering may not cater for specific dietary requirements.
There are accessible restrooms available on-site. Please note that these will be open to visitors.
The audio guide plays a major role in the Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience. All visitors will receive an iPod Touch and headphones upon arrival for use during the Experience.
The audio guide features a simple on-screen tutorial on how to use the device that you should review before you enter the Experience.
As you move through the Experience, the audio guide will automatically provide a narration of the history on display, as well as sound effects and music to enhance the visitor journey in each gallery. (Note: The narration can be turned off at any time if preferred.)
The Experience has been designed to cater to visitors of varying abilities. There are no stairs and only mild inclines within the Experience although other parts of the venue have stairs or accessible ramps. Prior to visiting, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any specific concerns.
The Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience is designed to be wheelchair accessible. If a group member requires disabled access or any extra help at the Experience please include details when making your booking and have the group leader notify check-in staff at the Group Bookings desk when you arrive at the Experience.
The audio guide can be connected directly to hearing aids that support a 3.5mm audio jack interface.
If you have any concerns about this experience, please consult the safety guide on this site, which details the areas that may cause alarm due to noise, imagery, lighting and confined spaces.
Visitors are advised that the Experience contains content that children may find confusing or upsetting. The guidance of parents and guardians is recommended.
Prior to visiting, please be aware that the Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience contains elements that some people may find disorienting or disturbing. These include:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are advised that the Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience contains images and voices of deceased persons.
The Experience is open to the general public and, while volunteers and security personnel will be present on-site, children must be supervised at all times.
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