The winners of The Premier's Anzac Prize 2017 winners were:
Isabella Clarke, Matthew Flinders Anglican College
Marissa Ellis, Trinity Bay State High School
Brooklyn Lade, Proserpine State High School
Nicholas Margetts, Christian Outreach College (Toowoomba)
Chase Pontifex, Pimlico State High School
Matisse Reed, St Monica's College (Cairns)
Charlotte Solomon, Somerville House (South Brisbane)
Hannah Taylor, Christian Outreach College (Toowoomba)
Sean Maher (Lead Chaperone) Nambour State College
Leanne Ross, Emerald State High School.
The eight students and two chaperones travelled to London and the Western Front in April 2017 attending the Dawn Service at Villers-Bretonneux in France on 25 April.
These photos, videos and journal entries are the students' personal experiences of the tour and the service personnel they researched. View the photos on the 2017 tour photo gallery page and videos from the tour and post tour on the Department's YouTube channel.
Wednesday 26 April 2017 - Departing Paris to Singapore
Thursday 27 April 2017 - Singapore to Brisbane (In transit)
Friday 28 April 2017 - Post-tour event
The Premier's Anzac Prize students arrived in Brisbane on Sunday 15 January 2017 for a two-day workshop at the State Library of Queensland on the 16th and 17th January. The students and chaperones were given the opportunity for a behind-the-scenes tour of the library and completed their research on service men and women who served in Gallipoli and on the Western Front with the assistance of a group of mentors from the State Library. Their service person research has a home on the State Library of Queensland website as a Historypin.
This page was last reviewed on 15 May 2018