ANZAC Day Traveller Reviews - On The Go Tours

Here are some reviews from our past travellers on ANZAC Day tours. For more details on each tour, simply click on the tour image.

Out guide was outstanding- knowledgeable, unflappable, flexible and with a sense of humour. We did this tour because we wanted to get to Gallipoli on the 25th but we were delighted with the choice. Plenty to see, comfortable bus, good hotels- with great breakfasts, lots of stops while travelling, interesting and inexpensive food choices for main meals. And the sites like Ephesus and Pamukkale- they were fascinating. Turkey is now on my radar with another friend for a future visit. Would I use "On the Go" again? - definitely.”  

Judith Stillman • Submitted 6 May 2015
Anzac Smoko
8 days Day | 2018 Tours


I thought that you might like to know how well how trip to Gallipoli went. the tour company "On the Go" were great. We had an excellent tour guide, the buses were new and not overcrowded, they applied us with loads of information and gifts - hoodie, mug, postcards etc. The hotels were 4 star (and 5 on the final night.) Thanks for booking with that group.

Everything went smoothly and the Anzac experience was outstanding. We were well rugged up, got very good seats, it didn't rain, the wind didn't come up and there was plenty to entertain us through the night. The two services we attended were very special. ”  

Judith Stillman • Submitted 6 May 2015

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It's been amazing! Very tiring but worth it.

The Dawn Service was surreal! At dawn it was cold & eerie. 12,500 people in total silence, all you could hear was the ripple of the waves lapping against the shore.

We could feel the presence of thousands of souls! I cried a lot, all of us were in awe of what this place means! So sad! Also to be in another country with so many Aussies & Kiwis was unique.

Our on the go tour guide was amazing! From what we heard from other buses, Emrah went above & beyond for us & introduced us to many unique aspects of his country. We have fallen in love with Turkey. ”  

Kerrie Burkett • Submitted 6 May 2015

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