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2013 tour to Gallipoli and the Western Front

The 2013 Premier's Anzac Prize winners are:

These students departed for Gallipoli and the Western Front on Sunday 21 April and returned on Sunday 5 May 2013.

Before their departure, the students undertook a range of educational activities - including researching an individual story of a person or event in Gallipoli or the Western Front - aimed at fostering a better understanding of the Anzac tradition for themselves and so they can pass it on for future generations.

Queensland state schools can access more Anzac Day learning and teaching resources on the Learning Place website at the Anzac Day edStudio.

Tour reports

Regular reports were filed throughout the tour, and more videos have been added since they returned.

These photos, videos, research and journal entries record the experiences and feelings of the students, the stories of the soldiers they remembered, as well as their reflections of the tour upon return. You can view the photos in the 2013 tour photo gallery and view videos from the tour and post tour on the DETE YouTube channel (note: clicking this link will take you to an external website).

Monday 6 May: Paris to Brisbane

Friday 3 May: Amiens to Paris

Thursday 2 May: Amiens

Wednesday 1 May: Amiens

Tuesday 30 April: Ypres to Amiens

Monday 29 April: Istanbul to Ypres via Brussels, Ieper and Bruges

Friday 26 April: Istanbul

Thursday 25 April: Anzac Cove to Istanbul

Wednesday 24 April: Canakkale to Anzac Cove

Tuesday 23 April: Istanbul to Canakkale and Gallipoli

Monday 22 April: Brisbane to Istanbul

Sunday 21 April: Departing Brisbane


The works presented on this website have been prepared by students participating in the Premier's Anzac Prize. Any views expressed are not necessarily those of the Department of Education, Training and Employment. The works and any research conducted are the responsibility of the individual participants. DETE makes no representations in relation to the accuracy, completeness or reliability of the works presented. See also the departmental disclaimer.

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