The Australian War Memorial is a war memorial to the 102,000 Australian dead of the First and Second World Wars at Hyde Park Corner in London, at the southernmost corner of the traffic island around the Wellington Arch, at the junction of Grosvenor Place and Wellington Place. It is a semicircular curved wall wall of grey-green West Australian granite, with the names of battles in which Australia was involved carved into it and with water running over it.
It was unveiled on 11 November (Armistice Day) 2003 by Queen Elizabeth II in her role as Queen of Australia, Tony Blair as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and John Howard as Prime Minister of Australia. 3,000 were present at the unveiling, including 25 Australian veterans and the ceremony ended with a flypast of Jaguars from No. 54 Squadron RAF.