|Archibald Fountain, Hyde Park, Sydney.|
|Hyde Park, Sydney. In the morning, people would be seen exercising in the park.|
|St Mary's Cathedral.|
There are many interesting monuments that visitors can find at Hyde Park, Sydney. Most visitors will not miss the Archibald Fountain that was designed by François-Léon Sicard and donated by J.F. Archibald in 1932 in honour of Australia's contribution to the Great War (WWI) in France. At the southern end of the Hyde Park is the ANZAC Memorial which was a memorial to those from New South Wales who had served in the Great War from 1914 - 1918. There are other monuments and what a visitor would need is simply the curiosity and perseverance to look out for these monuments and learn about their significance.
|ANZAC Memorial, Sydney.|
|Perimeter of Hyde Park, with St Mary's Cathedral in the background.|
|Hyde Park, Sydney.|
Hyde Park Sydney
Nearest train stations: Museum, St James.