• “Lest we Forget”

    Anzac Commemorative Site, Gallipoli

  • “This place is haunted by heroes.”

    4th Battalion Parade Ground Cemetery, Gallipoli

  • “We will remember them”

    Dawn Service, Gallipoli

  • “We salute the memory of those sacrificed”

    Ypres Reservoir Cemetery

  • “Do not give away this beautiful motherland”

    Amiens Riverside

Gallipoli 2015 Ballot Outcome Has Been Announced

Secure Your Place Today! Special Earlybird Airfares Available from $2,399^pp Flying with Emirates and Singapore Airlines The Australian Government has now announced the outcome of the ballot for individuals to attend the Dawn Service at Gallipoli in 2015. If youmore →

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Tragedy at The Nek, Gallipoli

One of the most poignant site visits during a battlefield tour of Gallipoli is that to The Nek. Gallipoli is all about the ground and, while many of the other well-known places evoke emotions, none of them has the samemore →

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Boronia Travel Welcomes Benjamin Hayes

As Boronia Travel Centre prepares for the Gallipoli Centenary and a host of Western Front Commemorations between 2014 – 2018, we have enlisted the expert knowledge and services of Ben, who comes with 21 years’ experience in the travel industry,more →

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Winter Wonderland Adventure in Queenstown, NZ

With Emily Scarlett, Boronia Travel Centre If you’ve ever wanted to know where you can enjoy the best powder at the most affordable price, then you can’t go past Queenstown, New Zealand. Not only is it the party and adventuremore →

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Next Steps For Gallipoli 2015 Ballot

42,582 applications were received from Australians planning to attend the Dawn Service at Gallipoli in 2015, marking 100 years since the landing of Australian and New Zealand troops during the First World War. The Australian Government’s contracted ticket provider, Ticketekmore →

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Christine Waller Enjoys the Relaxed Pace of Mexico

Christine Waller recently travelled with the entire Waller brigade to the seaside town of Playa del Carmen in Mexico, which is becoming a very trendy spot on the Yacatan Peninsula. The town is ideally located close to an international airport,more →

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First Success for the Second Australian Imperial Force

January 1941 marked the first engagement of an Australian Army formation in World War 2. The action involved the capture of Bardia, an Italian-held town in Libya by troops of the 6th Australian Division. On the declaration of war themore →

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Across the Miles

The Wallers Discover America by Road John and Sue Waller have recently returned from yet another magnificent road trip across the USA. The great advantage of travelling across America is that you will often find yourself a little overwhelmed bymore →

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Normandy 9000

Peace Day and The Fallen Project In the month past, British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss accompanied by numerous volunteers, took to the beaches of Normandy with rakes and stencils in hand to etch 9,000 silhouettes representing fallen peoplemore →

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Update on Gallipoli 2015 Ballot

Ballot Open at Midnight Tonight The ballot for places at Gallipoli on Anzac Day 2015 will open tonight at midnight, 15 November 2013 and close at midnight, 31 January 2014. This will allow plenty of time for interested Australians tomore →

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