This Monday across Australia, NZ & the world, we will commemorate ANZAC Day & pay our respects to the men & women of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.
ANZAC Day is known as one of Australia’s most sacred national memorials. April 25th is a day of remembrance, observed in two separate ceremonies. The "Dawn Service" in memory of the ANZAC's first landing and then, the marches which take place through the country’s major cities and in many smaller centres.
In these ways, Anzac Day is a time at which Australians & New Zealanders reflect on the many different meanings of war.
To find out more about your local services and the traditions history ANZAC day, you can contact your local RSL or visit the Australian War Memorial online HERE
In recognition of this day of remembrance, we’ve put together a collection of images showing the solemn dignity of this special day.