Anzac Portal commemorates veterans and shares our military history

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Host resources for commemorative events

Alongside sharing stories of service and military history, the Anzac Portal includes many valuable resources to promote commemoration.

For each Anzac Day and Remembrance Day, we release posters and a host kitbag that includes:

  • order of service
  • flag protocols
  • sample speeches
  • the Ode of Remembrance
  • a music playlist
  • activities for children.

Print them out or adapt them to your needs:

We also have pages to help you:

Oral history interviews

Our qualified historians gather the stories of Australian veterans and their family members. They uncover their experiences during and after wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations.

Watch some of these stories as short videos in Veterans' Stories.

Research a veteran

Researching family history could uncover the experiences of relatives who have served. This is a great way to remember them and commemorate their service and sacrifice.

Get started by following our guide to veteran research.

Commemorative history books

Our historians write outstanding books on wars, conflicts and peace operations involving Australia.

Download free ebooks or read them online.

Education resources for students

Educating our younger generation on our history is an integral part of commemoration.

Our education specialists and historians create high-quality learning material for primary and secondary students. Each teaching resource is designed to suit the Australian Curriculum.

See our competitions and teaching resources in the Education section.

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