Just before dawn on 25 April 1915, Australian and New Zealand soldiers rowed towards Gallipoli’s shores, and the history of ANZAC Day began. Of the 138 men from the Surf …

Darwin Bombing

Bombing of Darwin

The bombing of Darwin occurred on the morning of 19 February 1942, when 188 Japanese aircraft appeared over Darwin. The aircraft had taken off from four aircraft carriers in the …

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2020 Anzac Day

SEPARATED BUT UNITED A very different Anzac Day dawn at Point Danger this morning as people commemorated the service of our Anzacs from their driveways. LEST WE FORGET.


Come In Spinner

Social isolation has impacted on how we commemorate Anzac Day. Many families will be Lighting Up The Dawn, remembering all those who served in our defence forces. Many will wear …



Pte William Jacob FULLER Private William Jacob FULLER, a Connewarre farmer enlisted at the age of 23 just a month after volunteers were called for in 1914. William was assigned …


Anzac Day: Lest We Forget

At dawn on the morning of Sunday 25 April 1915, Australian and New Zealand troops entered their first major engagement of World War 1. They landed on a small Turkish …