Remembrance Day commemorative package
On 11 November, we commemorate Remembrance Day. This date is the anniversary of the Armistice's signing as the first step to end fighting with Germany in World War I. We commemorate all who have died or suffered in wars, conflicts and peace operations.
We've posted a pack of resources to schools, ex-service organisations and other associations across Australia. Those resources are available to everyone in digital format too. Please display the posters this Remembrance Day, and explore our other content.
We've created 2 new posters this Remembrance Day.
Our Remembrance Day poster commemorates all who have died or suffered during wars, conflicts and peace operations.
Our second poster commemorates the contribution of Australians conscripted into the national service schemes from 1951 to 1972.
Commemorative Activity Centre
Come and try our latest online interactive games, puzzles and activities. Designed for students of all ages to explore and consolidate their learning about commemoration and Australia’s military history.
See all activities in our Commemorative Activity Centre.
First World War workbook
This is the first in a new series designed to introduce primary students to World War I. The workbook supports students as they learn and engage with key aspects of life during the war.
In Their Own Words activities
These short online activities allow students to discover the stories of extraordinary Australians who served during war, conflicts and peacekeeping operations.
Chivalry: Stories of the Royal Australian Air Force
The 13th book in our Century of Service series explores the courage and integrity of those who have served in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
Get in touch
If you have any questions or comments or want to ask about hard copies of DVA's calendar or posters, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also reach us at this postal address:
Community Engagement Section
Department of Veterans' Affairs
GPO Box 9998
Brisbane QLD 4001