100 years of Anzac - The Spirit lives 2014-2018

Australian Government
  • Ships leaving Albany

    Albany Convoy Commemorative Event

    The Albany Convoy Commemorative Event (ACCE).... Read more

  • Archie Silhouette

    The War That Changed US

    Senator Ronaldson and the ABC hosted... Read more...

  • Launch of the Anzac Centenary Public Fund

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

  • Anzac Centenary logo

    Learn more about the official logo for the Anzac Centenary

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

    On 19 February 2013, the then 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)

SHARING THE SPIRIT – Albany Convoy Commemorative Event

We want to ensure that the spirit, memories and commemoration of the recent Albany Convoy Commemorative Event (ACCE) is captured and shared with people around the world for many years to come.

If you attended and have a photo of what it was like to be there and what the commemorations meant to you, please upload it to the official Anzac Centenary Photo App.

The app is a place where you can upload photos, share memories and commemorative experiences and contribute to a lasting visual record of how Australia commemorated 100 years of service and sacrifice. The app can be found at – https://spirit.anzaccentenary.gov.au/

Lest we forget.

REMEMBRANCE DAY 2014 REMEMBER A CENTURY OF SERVICE AND SACRIFICE

This Remembrance Day, Tuesday 11 November, marks ninety six years since the Armistice that ended fighting in the First World War came into effect

Australians across the nation and around the world will pause in silence to remember a century of service and sacrifice and pay special tribute to the more than 102,000 Australians who have lost their lives in war, in conflict and on peacekeeping operations.

In the lead up to Remembrance Day, the Returned and Services League (RSL) have launched their annual Poppy Day Appeal. The money raised helps provide assistance and services to current and former serving members of the Australian Defence Force and their families.

All Australians are encouraged to wear a red poppy or attend their local commemorations.

For more information about Remembrance Day visit www.dva.gov.au/remembranceday.htm

For more information on the Appeal and the RSL, please contact your local RSL.

Lest we forget.

Remembrance Day poster - ships departing from Albany