The Anzac Memorial Centenary Project provides new education and interpretation spaces and completes Charles Bruce Dellit’s competition winning vision for Hyde Park with the inclusion the water cascade to the south of the Memorial.

Designed by Johnson Pilton Walker with Government Architect NSW (formerly Government Architect’s Office) the Centenary Project includes artworks conceived by Fiona Hall.

The Anzac Memorial Centenary Extension has connected the people of NSW with the ANZAC story once more, respectfully interpreting Dellit’s vision and embodying the spirit of collaboration and community in a suitable living memorial to service, sacrifice and courage.

Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter Jury Citation 2020

This Anzac Centenary Project not only realizes a vision from our past, it will continue to remind future generations of the contributions made by our servicemen and women. Johnson Pilton Walker, in collaboration with the Government Architect’s Office, have created a beautiful addition to one of Sydney’s most significant monuments.

The Right Hon. Clover Moore

Lord Mayor of Sydney, July 2015

The project has received a number of awards including:

  • 2020 Sir Zelman Cowan Award for Public Architecture, Australian Institute of Architects
  • 2020 Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Award
  • 2020 Sulman Prize & Urban Design Award, Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter,
  • 2019 Continuing Tradition Award & Judge’s Choice Award, NSW National Trust
  • 2019 Highly Commended, World Architecture Festival

Find more information on the The Centenary Project on the Anzac Memorial website.

And the Johnson Pilton Walker Anzac Memorial Centenary Project page.