That’s the ANZAC spirit – We will remember them. 25th April 2023

This ANZAC Day, join the nation in honouring those who have served and sacrificed.

On 25 April 1915, the Australian & New Zealand Army Corp (ANZAC) soldiers faced their first major battle of World War I. They fought with endurance, courage, ingenuity, good humour, and mateship – values we’ve come to know as the ANZAC spirit, and values that live on in us.

There’s no greater way to honour our ANZACs – and all who followed in their footsteps – than by attending a service and keeping the ANZAC spirit alive.

No matter where you are on ANZAC Day, you can commemorate April 25. The ABC will have comprehensive broadcast coverage of major services and events. Tune into the coverage throughout the day across ABC Radio, ABC listen app, ABC TV, ABC iView and online.

Coverage includes commemorations and local marches in towns and cities around Australia as well as special ANZAC Day programming.

Here are all the links for ABC Coverage:

Whilst attending an ANZAC Day Service, wear a sprig of rosemary pinned to a coat lapel or to the breast or hold in place by medals. Rosemary has particular significance for Australians on the day as it grows wild on the Gallipoli Peninsula.

To learn more about the ANZAC spirit, visit the RSL website.


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