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The ANZAC Bell Tour is the small group premium tour at the Bell Tower. Find out about the meaning of the 6,500kg ANZAC Bell and witness it ring at midday.

Starting on level 1, you will step behind the scenes into the ringing chamber to chime the ancient bells with your experienced tour guide. You will also learn about the history of the ANZAC Bell before following your tour guide to level 5, where you will see the powerful 6,500kg ANZAC Bell ring at midday.


  • Receive an ANZAC Bell medallion and take it to the Perth Mint for free engraving
  • Chime the ancient bells during an interactive chiming demonstration
  • Learn about the ANZAC legend and the meaning behind the ANZAC Bell
  • See the 6,500kg ANZAC Bell ring at midday
  • Listen to a song from World War 1 play on the coin operated carillon
  • Receive a Certificate to commemorate your experience
  • Marvel at the stunning views of the Swan River and Perth City from the observation deck.


  • Bell Tower entry ticket - access to all public levels including the Observation Deck and Bell Ringing Chamber
  • Witnessing the 6,500kg ANZAC Bell ring
  • ANZAC Bell medallion
  • Bell Chiming demonstration
  • Bell Chiming certificate.

Before your visit:

  • Please arrive 10 minutes before your tour start time
  • Experienced bell ringers perform in concert Thursday and Sunday 12pm - 1pm (days and times are subject to change without notice)
  • We recommend to allow 1 hour at the Bell Tower. At the conclusion of the tour you are free to discover the Tower's fascinating exhibits, including the St Martin-in-the-Fields bells from London dating back to 1725, the oldest bell in Australia and the Mark Creasy Turret Clock
  • Free tickets (aged 0 - 4 years and companion card holders) do not receive the ANZAC medallion - there is an option to add on the medallion during the check out stage, or purchase one in person at the Bell Tower for $9.95
  • The Bell Tower is open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 10am - 4pm with last entry at 3.45pm. Extended open hours during school holidays
  • For information on special news and events, please visit our News and Events page and stay up to date by following the Bell Tower on Facebook.

View the ANZAC Bell article written by Ronan O'Connell for the Sunday Times here.

Visiting the Bell Tower is one of the top things to do in Perth and it is the first of its kind in the world.

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The Anzac Bell Tour

The Anzac Bell Tour

Adult (15-59yrs)




Child (5-14yrs)




Family (2 Adult and 2 children)


Companion - National Companion Card holders (observer)

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