100 years of Anzac - The Spirit lives 2014-2018

Australian Government
  • A painting of the first convoy of Australian and New Zealand troops leaving King George Sound, Western Australia, November 1914

    Planning for the Albany Convoy Commemorative Event

    On 31 October–2 November 2014, Australia will... Read more...

  • Anzac Centenary Advisory Board

    Read about the Board’s Report and the Government’s
    response

    On 21 April 2013, the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, and... Read more...

  • Anzac Centenary logo

    Learn more about the official logo for the Anzac Centenary

    The Anzac Centenary Logo is ... Read more...

  • The Anzac Centenary Local Grants Program will provide
    up to $125,000 per electorate

    On 19 February 2013, the then Prime Minister... Read more...

  • Launch of the Anzac Centenary Public Fund

    On 12 December 2013, Prime Minister... Read more...

The Anzac Centenary will be one of the most significant commemorations to take place in our lifetimes.

Chair of the Anzac Centenary Advisory Board, Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston, AC, AFC (Ret’d)

On 12 December 2013, Prime Minister the Hon. Tony Abbott MP and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Centenary of ANZAC Senator the Hon. Michael Ronaldson officially launched the Anzac Centenary Public Fund with Mr Lindsay Fox AC. Read more

Between 2014 and 2018 Australia will commemorate the Anzac Centenary, marking 100 years since our nation’s involvement in the First World War.

The Anzac Centenary is a milestone of special significance to all Australians. The First World War helped define us as a people and as a nation.

During the Anzac Centenary we will remember not only the original Anzacs who served at Gallipoli and the Western Front, but commemorate more than a century of service by Australian servicemen and women.

The Anzac Centenary Program encompasses all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations in which Australians have been involved. 

The Program aims to give all Australians the opportunity to honour the service and sacrifice of all those who have worn our nation’s uniform, including the more than 102,000 who have made the supreme sacrifice.

It also aims to encourage all Australians to reflect upon and learn more about Australia’s military history, its costs and its impacts on our nation.