The Premier's Anzac Prize provides the opportunity for high school students to experience the Anzac tradition first-hand and how the Anzac legacy relates to modern Australian life.
The annual Premier's Anzac Prize sends eight students and two teacher chaperones on a tour of important memorial sites in London and the Western Front battlefields in France and Belgium.
All eligible Queensland high school students in Years 8-11 can apply for travel the following year. Each state school or accredited non-state school may nominate up to two students.
Congratulations to the students and chaperones selected for the 2019 Premier's Anzac Prize.
- Annabel Jellett - Queensland Academy for Health Sciences
- Atticus Solomon - Ambrose Treacy College (Indooroopilly)
- Chontelle Harris - Pimlico State High School
- Claudia Maher - Brigidine College (Indooroopilly)
- Claudia McPherson - Matthew Flinders Anglican College
- Douglas Gemmell - Good Shepherd Lutheran College
- Ella Magner - Pimlico State High School
- Madeline Francis - Tamborine Mountain State High School
- Darlene Hill - Kepnock State High School
- Peter Townsend - Mundubbera State School
- 16-day tour to London, France and Belgium
- The prize is open to eight Queensland students
- Students must have prior parent/guardian consent
- Accommodation is hotel style, twin share
- Final itinerary and details will be provided in an information session. Successful students are required to attend
- Two teacher/chaperones will accompany the group for the whole tour
- Teacher/chaperones will be required to assist with the tour planning and pre-departure sessions
- Return airfares
- Land travel
- Travel insurance
- Most meals
- Entry fees to all site visits
Other international opportunities
The Department of Education International offers other
International opportunities for students and schools.