On the 25th April 1915 the combined forces of Australia and New Zealand (aka the ANZACs) mounted an assault at a beach in Gallipoli. This futile WW1 campaign is now etched in history due to the enormous loss of life and the futile situation faced by these brave young soldiers. Every year this is commemorated by a poignant ANZAC Day Dawn Service in the very cove they fought in.Our ANZAC Day tours aim to provide you with a lasting memory of why we are here at Gallipoli. All our ANZAC Day Tours include transportation to the Cove in time for the Dawn Service as well as time to walk around the Cove afterwards and pay your respects to our fallen ANZACs at various memorial sights including Chunuk Bair (New Zealand) and Lone Pine (Australia).
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