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Dedicated to the soldiers, families & nurses of WW1
Over 2015-2017, the 'Spirit of Anzac' has been making its way across the country with their fully immersive and interactive exhibition in remembrance of the centenary of the ANZAC's in World War 1.
Photo courtesy of Spirit of Anzac's Facebook
Just 2 hours north of Sydney, Newcastle's event will be hosted at the Entertainment Centre on Brown Road in Broadmeadow. The exhibition will run from the 29th March to the 4th of April 2017. It will be followed on by the event in Sydney if you are unavailable to attend on these days, but would still like to see the exhibition. The exhibition is free entry and will run from 9am until 6pm on every day of the event.
Photo courtesy of their Facebook.
It is a fantastic exhibition that explores the hardship and dedication that our ANZAC's went through during the First World War. With numerous artefacts, stories and displays, the event may even teach you something you didn't know about our sunburnt country's history.
The last bullet, artefact. Photo courtesy of Spirit of Anzac's website
Although the event is free, you are still asked to reserve tickets which can be done using their website. The exhibition is proudly supported by the Australian Government and the Australian War Memorial, the Commonwealth Bank and Telstra. It will be an excellent opportunity for people of all ages living in Australia to see our still young country at the brink of its beginning. The exhibition gives an overall insight into the lives of the dedicated soldiers, nurses and all else involved in World War 1, that will be a fascinating thing to witness and learn about.
The ANZAC's stand with so much respect in my eyes and I'm sure a lot of other Australians, so make sure you can commemorate our persons who gave up so much so we could have more. We will remember them.