Dedicate a Seat


Image courtesy of Christian Pearson

The cultural and social learning experience at the Shrine of Remembrance has been further enriched with the addition of the Shrine Auditorium. Located in the new Education Centre, this 137 seat theatrette is a memorable component of the Galleries of Remembrance Project.

The Shrine Auditorium is an evocative space, paying homage to remembrance, peace and healing. The striking red timber represents the red of the Flanders Fields poppies and the olive branch; its ceiling panels and lights represent white doves in flight and its walls are lined with images of folding paper peace cranes – a recognised symbol for peace and in remembrance for children lost in war. Proudly dedicate a seat, and play your part to help the Shrine preserve the memory of those who served and those that made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our way of life.

Dedicate a seat to:
– Honour the service and sacrifice of an Australian service man or woman, or Australian Service Unit
– Commemorate a significant anniversary of a conflict, or a battle involving Australian service men or women
– Recognise the contributions of Australian service men and women to peacekeeping and peacemaking efforts around the world
– Acknowledge your business, organisation or school 
– Honour your family name, your town or community

A plaque with your dedication* will be attached to a seat within the Shrine of Remembrance Auditorium. Your endowment will provide valuable funding for the Shrine Foundation to support our free education programs.


Your endowment is fully tax deductible. Don’t miss your opportunity to be part of the Shrine’s history. Seats are limited with only 137 available. Your generous support will be recognised in the Shrine Annual Report and also on our website.

For more information contact 
Dean Lee
Chief Executive Officer
T: 03 9661 8123 E: [email protected]

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* The wording of your dedication plaque inscription is subject to approval. The Shrine of Remembrance Trustees reserve the right to refuse an application