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Support the National Anzac Centre



Please note: Volunteer expressions of interest are currently closed.

The National Anzac Centre offers several volunteering opportunities and are now accepting expressions of interest from those wishing to become part of our tight knit volunteer team. Volunteers form a very important part of the experience we offer our visitors. We have opportunities for everyone including people currently in the workforce and retirees!

Some of the benefits of volunteering at the National Anzac Centre include:

  • Being part of one of Australia's most significant cultural experiences

  • Meeting new people and gaining new skills and expertise

  • Meet visitors from all over Australia and the World

  • Free tea/coffee and light refreshments when on shift

  • Work alongside the skilled National Anzac Centre and Princess Royal Fortress team in delivering a visitor experience of international standard

Some of the roles volunteers undertake within the precinct include:

  • Visitor information and assistance

  • Curatorial projects

  • Events and special occasions

  • Gun firing crew

  • Tour guiding

  • Visitor transfers

  • Cruise ship greetings

Current openings include:

  • National Anzac Centre Exhibition Assistant volunteers (morning shifts only)

  • Princess Royal Fortress Visitor Information Volunteers (morning/afternoon shifts)

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Get In Touch

Thanks for submitting! Our volunteer coordinator will be in touch soon.

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Volunteer Profiles

The Albany Heritage Park currently has over 40 dedicated volunteers who commit their time to sharing their knowledge of the site with hundreds of visitors, every day of the year.

Below we have a rotating selection of some of our volunteer Profiles on display to highlight the amazing work they do, and to allow our visitors get to know a bit more about the faces they'll see at the Albany Heritage Park.

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Zoe Williams

The preservation of Albany’s military past and its role in WW1 is incredibly important to me. I like being able to help keep the Anzac story alive for all generations. The Albany Heritage Park and National Anzac Centre offers a wider and more personal view of the conflict and its consequences.


My most memorabgle moment while volunteering here has to have been when I saw the name of my Uncle ‘Clifford Lenegan’ in the Reflection Pool at the National Anzac Centre. I felt a strong kinship to this young soldier who was part of my family but whom I had never met and knew very little about.


I love volunteering at the National Anzac Centre because I find it very rewarding to help our visitors and make their visit to the National Anzac Centre more worthwhile. It provides an opportunity to showcase Albany, its regions and indeed our State, all while widening my knowledge of the First World War. Each week there is more to discover!

William Wright

I volunteer at the National Anzac Centre as I am interested in history and my wife, who already volunteered here, encouraged me to join.


Learning about the long history of Albany including the part it played in the story of the Anzacs is really fascinating to me, even just the beauty of views inspires me every time I am there.


One of my most memorable experiences would have been meeting the man who lives in the commandant’s house, as his father decommissioned the big guns we have on the site.


The volunteers are a friendly, enthusiastic group of people, and I really enjoy getting to meet and talk to lots of interesting people from all over the world.

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Jenny Page

I always planned to do volunteer work once I retired, its important to me to contribute to the community you live in, and helping at the Albany Heritage Park has given me the opportunity to do that.


I care that we preserve our military and community history and that we do our very best not to lose the knowledge and artefacts that tell our story.


Most shifts I discover a little gem that is tucked away in the museum archives, or learn something from the Curator.


It is an amazing facility, great people to work with and management are very thoughtful and caring of their volunteers.


Donation of Artefacts

Found an artefact at home which relates to the Princess Royal Fortress? We'd love to take a look!

Please email a photo of the artefact to and the team will be in contact.

If your artefact is not related to the Princess Royal Fortress specifically, please contact the Western Australia Museum.


Corporate Sponsorship

The National Anzac Centre is currently not sponsoring any events or programs at this time. 

Please email for more information

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