The Australian National Memorial is located approximately 20 km east of Amiens and is roughly half-way between the town of Villers-Bretonneux and the towns of Corbie and Fouilloy. Amiens is situated approximately 150 km north of Paris.
A Park and Ride facility may be in operation for all coaches at the Géant supermarket, Glisy. Visitors approaching the Australian National Memorial site from Corbie and Fouilloy on foot will be directed to the pedestrian/bike path which runs parallel to the road. Those approaching from Villers-Bretonneux will walk along the designated pedestrian/bike path to the Memorial site. At the end of the pathways you will enter the Memorial and move through airport-style security screening onto the promenade area. From here you will walk approximately 300 metres on grass, slightly uphill through the centre of the cemetery to the seating area. The surface is grass and may be slippery if damp.
Visitors wishing to locate a particular grave or name on a memorial to the missing should consult the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website to identify the exact location of the grave or name on a memorial to the missing prior to travelling to France or Belgium. Limited assistance may be available on the day.
Department of Veterans’ AffairsTelephone: 1300 364 002Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: DVA Aus / Anzac CentenaryTwitter: @DVAAus
Telephone: +33 140 593 300Email: Consular.Paris@dfat.gov.au
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