Australians and New Zealanders commemorate ANZAC Day on 25 April to recognise the sacrifices of New Zealand and Australian servicemen and servicewomen – not only in defending their country but in upholding their nations’ firmly held commitment to peace and security. 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the landing of New Zealand and Australian soldiers on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey.
To mark this occasion, the Australian and New Zealand Consuls-General will co-host two public commemorative services. We look forward to sharing this ANZAC Day with you.
Entry: Photo identification is required as a condition of entry and bags may be searched.
Dress (military): Service dress or equivalent with medals
Dress (civilian): Respectful attire. Please come prepared in case of hot or cold weather.
Owing to extremely limited capacity, available seats will be allocated to the public via a ballot system with a maximum of two (2) passes for each successful ballot. Passes will be confirmed in the week of 20 April. We apologise in advance to those who miss out and suggest attendance at the Dawn Service which is the main
Commemoration Service for the ANZAC Landing and where capacity is not limited.