Anzac Day commemorative package


We commemorate Anzac Day on 25 April. This date is the anniversary of the day Australian and New Zealand soldiers landed on the beaches of Gallipoli in 1915 as part of the Allies' invasion. We recognise more than 1.5 million men and women who have served Australia in all conflicts, wars and peacekeeping operations. It's also a time to remember some 103,000 Australians who lost their lives while serving.

We posted a commemorative pack of these resources to schools, ex-service organisations and other associations across Australia. You can print the posters and explore the content online.

Anzac Day posters for 2024


This year, we've created 3 commemorative posters that you can print.

Display our Anzac Day poster to commemorate all those who have served during wars, conflicts and peace operations.

We also acknowledge First Nations veterans and Australian service in East Timor (now Timor-Leste).

If you would like a hard copy posted to you free of charge, please contact us.

See all our past Anzac Day posters.

Teaching resources

First World War workbooks


This series of workbooks introduces primary students (Years F to 6) to the First World War. Each workbook has activities to suit a range of year levels and abilities as students learn about key aspects of daily life for Australians serving in the First World War.

In Their Own Words


Learn about the events of the Second World War through the stories of those who served. These are the latest in our series of short online activities for secondary students that delve into our Veterans' Stories oral history collection.

Commemorative Activity Centre


Discover our new interactive activities for secondary students. They align with the Australian Curriculum and are designed for students to consolidate their learning about Australia's involvement in both World Wars.

Using DVA Resources with the Australian Curriculum


A handy guide to how all our teaching and learning materials align to the latest version of the Australian Curriculum. Find educational books, activities, videos and resources specifically matched to content descriptors and elaborations for your year level.

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DVA (Department of Veterans' Affairs) ( ), Anzac Day commemorative package, DVA Anzac Portal, accessed 17 July 2024,
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