On this page:
- Shrine of Remembrance Act 1978
- Shrine of Remembrance regulations
- Corporate Strategic Plan 2019-2024
- COVIDSafe Plan
- Security upgrades at the Shrine 2023
- Disability Action Plan 2022-24
- Child Safe Policy Statement
- Wreath-laying and other services policy
- Memorial Trees and Tree Plaques policy
- Ticketing terms and conditions
Shrine of Remembrance Act 1978
The Shrine of Remembrance Act is the State legislation that establishes the Shrine of Remembrance Trustees with the responsibility for the care, management, maintenance and preservation of the Shrine and its Reserve on behalf of the people of Victoria.
Shrine of Remembrance regulations
The Regulations for the Care, Protection and Management of the Shrine of Remembrance Reserve in the City of Melbourne were approved by the Governor in Council on 26 September 1989 and apply to the Shrine and Shrine Reserve.
Corporate Strategic Plan 2019-2024
Security upgrades at the Shrine 2023
The City of Melbourne and the Shrine of Remembrance are making landscape and security improvements at one of Melbourne’s most iconic landmarks. Learn more .
Disability Action Plan 2022-24
Shrine of Remembrance Disability Action Plan 2022-24
Child Safe Policy Statement
All children visiting or engaging with the Shrine have a right to feel and be safe, respected, valued and protected from harm.
The Shrine is strongly committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children on our site and through engagement in our outreach programs. We create and maintain a child-safe environment. The welfare of children is a priority and we have zero tolerance for child abuse.
The Shrine will take all necessary steps within its power to prevent and protect children from physical, sexual, emotional, psychological and cultural abuse and neglect. This includes protecting children from other children and visitors.
For more information about this policy, contact Shrine reception who will direct your enquiry firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wreath-laying and other services policy
The Shrine of Remembrance conducts more than 200 memorial services each year. Most services consist of a wreath laying ceremony in the ceremonial places of the Shrine or at a memorial plaque. This policy establishes the appropriate conduct for all memorial services within the Shrine Reserve.
Memorial Trees and Tree Plaques policy
The practise of planting trees on the Shrine Reserve to commemorate specific units began in 1934 with 114 trees commemorating Royal Australian Navy and Australian Imperial Force units.
Over time, more memorial trees and plaques were added to reflect Second World War and post-1945 service, and today the number of memorial trees and plaques has grown to over 320.
This policy establishes the principles for accepting, assessing, and approving applications to dedicate new memorial trees and plaques.
Ticketing terms and conditions
Learn about our terms and conditions when booking tickets to programs and events.
Reviewed 31 March 2023