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Workers' Memorial Day

The National Workers Memorial was officially opened on 28 April 2013. It provides an important focal point to commemorate Workers' Memorial Day, recognised internationally on 28 April each year.

The memorial provides a place for visitors to lay a tribute for a loved one, and to pause and reflect within earshot of the National Carillon's bells. It is also a public space of congregation, interaction and ceremony.

The National Workers Memorial was officially opened on 28 April 2013. The Memorial provides a place for visitors to lay a tribute for a loved one, a location to pause and reflect, as well as allowing a space for congregation, interaction and ceremony. It also provides an important focal point for the commemoration of Workers' Memorial Day, recognised internationally on 28 April each year.

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Plan a visit

Visitors are invited to pick a sprig of rosemary to make a tribute at the memorial.
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Virtual gallery

Explore our virtual gallery to see how the memorial was designed and constructed.