Australian War Memorial
The Australian War Memorial combines a shrine, a world-class museum and an extensive archive, including the history of Anzac traditions.
The Returned and Services League of Australia (WA Branch) [RSLWA]
A wide range of information on the RSL and Australia's military heritage and Anzac Day and Remembrance Day ceremonies and events.
Gallipoli and the Anzacs
Discover the stories behind the Gallipoli landing and the Anzac legend.
Conduct an event
The Department of Veteran's Affairs has information on how to run a commemorative event and resources to support a ceremony.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Commemorates the 1,700,000 men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two world wars.
Centenary of Armistice – Logos and infographics available for promotion
Every year in Australia, the end of the First World War (WWI) or the Armistice, is acknowledged with one minute’s silence on 11 November, also known as Remembrance Day, at 11am. Remembrance Day marks the date and time at which the guns of the Western Front fell silent in 1918, after more than four years of continuous warfare. In November 2018, Australians will commemorate the centenary of the Armistice.
The Department of Communities has created a number of resources to help organisations acknowledge the Centenary of Armistice, including infographics and logos.
Logos and infographics can be downloaded at communities.wa.gov.au/about/armistice
War Memorials in Western Australia
The Remembering Them smart phone and tablet application provides the public with a geocoded list of memorials, museums, war graves and other Australian sites that commemorate our wartime history.
The cross-platform Android and Apple iOS application was sponsored by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs with support from the Australian Army History Unit and has been developed by Big Sky Publishing.
Remembering Them is available free of charge from iTunes and Google Play:
Listen to Remembering Them on iTunes
For any queries regarding Remembering Them please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Monument Australia website is a historical and educational research site which records the public monuments and memorials, including those relating to conflicts and wars, in all Australian States and Territories.