Anzac Parade is no longer the graceful boulevard it once was and its significance as a war memorial has been largely forgotten. We, the Daughters of ANZAC and their Families, urge all relevant parties to ensure the long-term survival of this historic memorial site.
2017 marked the 100th anniversary of the naming of Anzac Parade and the unveiling of the Memorial Obelisk. We, the Daughters of ANZAC and their Families, call upon the stakeholders of the Anzac Parade Memorial to help restore this site to its rightful place in the history of Australia.
The original intention for this Memorial, as stated by the Lord Mayor of Sydney in 1917, was that Anzac Parade would become a remembrance corridor from Moore Park to La Perouse. We believe this commitment needs finally to be honoured.