Resources - Anzac Centenary

Fact sheet
Find out more about the Anzac Centenary at these websites.

The Department of Veterans' Affairs has more information on The Anzac Portal: Beyond the century of service.

The Australian War Memorial combines a shrine, a world-class museum and an extensive archive, including the history of Anzac traditions.

A wide range of information on the Returned Services League RSL, Australia's military heritage and Anzac Day and Remembrance Day ceremonies and events is available RSLWA.

Discover the stories behind the Gallipoli landing and the Anzac legend.

The Places of Pride national register includes war memorials featuring an interactive map and search facilities via postcode, suburb and town.

The Department of Veteran's Affairs has information on how to run a commemorative event and resources to support a ceremony.

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission commemorates the 1,700,000 men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two world wars.

The Remembering Them smart phone and tablet application provides the public with a geocoded list of memorials, museums, war graves and other Australian sites that commemorate our wartime history. More information is available on the Department of Veterans' Affairs website.

Monument Australia is a historical and educational research site which records the public monuments and memorials, including those relating to conflicts and wars, in all Australian states and territories. 

Over the years, the Western Australian Government has invited people to submit their stories, with more than 200 personal reflections available.

Page reviewed 16 January 2020
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