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We Will Remember Them
In April 2017, Sydney has a special event for the Centenary of our Anzac's heading into World War 1. An immersive, captivating and free exhibition will be held at the Sydney Exhibition and Convention Centre from the 15th to the 27th of April 2017.
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The organisation who have created this experience have since been touring across the country educating visitors about their own history and the fatal events of WW1. Reviews of exhibition goers have rated it 5 stars on Facebook saying that it finds an excellent balance of historical information, personal stories and displays of artefacts.
As stated, the event is free for the public, however you are able to reserve your ticket to the exhibition using their website. If you are unable to attend due to any reason, you are still able to enjoy the experience thanks to a virtual tour existing on their website.
The exhibition presented by the Australian Government and the Australian War Memorial, and proudly supported by the Commonwealth Bank and Telstra, will be an excellent opportunity for all people living in Australia to see our still young country at the brink of beginning. Following the stories of soldiers, nurses and so on, all participants will see what life was really like 100 years ago for the average Australian.