The Australian War Memorial will close to the public from tomorrow.
The announcement was made after other major Canberra institutions, including the National Museum, the National Library and the National Gallery, also said they would close to help manage the spread of COVID-19.
"The health and safety of our visitors, veteran community, staff and volunteers remains the top priority for the Australian War Memorial," a Memorial spokesperson said. "The decision to close the Memorial to the public has been made with the wider community in mind. Where we can transition some programs to an online and/or digital delivery only, we will look to do so." ... See MoreSee Less
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At Darts this week we had a big win with Mark who led most of the night but in the end triumphed and took home the Easter egg and the cup. Well done Mark. This is becoming a bit of a habit, Mark might have to throw left handed soon. Excellent accuracy and skill was displayed by Barry who threw and hit three 25's in a row. Anyone who plays darts knows that this is no mean feat. Well done and congratulations Barry Erlenwein. ... See MoreSee Less