Architect: Stanley Parkes
City of Melbourne | C75
A key feature of the Collins Street landscape since the 1930s, ANZAC House is the headquarters of the Victorian Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia (RSL). The RSL was formed in Victoria in 1916 by troops returning from WWI with the purpose of preserving the spirit of mateship formed amid the carnage and horror of battle, to honour the memory of the fallen, and to help each other whenever required. In 2018, the RSL proudly commemorates 100 years since the signing of the Armistice, which marked the cessation of hostilities of the Great War. RSL Victoria welcomes visitors into the RSL State Headquarters, showcasing its wonderful collection of military art and memorabilia.
Need to Know
Open: Thursday 3 & Thursday 1 January 10am-3pm
What's Open: Ground Floor and First Floor
Special Note: Wheelchair access via rear of ANZAC House
Tour Type: C75
Access: Pram accessible, Limited mobility
Building Type: Workplace
Year Built: 1938
Transport: Stop 8: Collins St/Spring St on routes 11, 12, 48 and 109.
Photo Credit: Marcus Thomson
4 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC