Photos from the exhibition
I should have done this ages ago, but as the saying goes, 'better late than never...'
These are just a few snaps I took of the exhibition today.
The entrance to the exhibition featuring Frank Hurley's well-known photograph
A replica cast of the 'Big Digger' stands guard near the exhibition's entrance. The real statue stands atop the Bullecourt Memorial
Portraits and uniform jackets of two prominent AIF commanders at Bullecourt. Brigadier John Gellibrand of 6th Brigade (L) and Lt Colonel Raymond Leane of the 48th 'Joan of Arc' Battalion (R)
Typical battledress of a German and an Australian infantryman on the Western Front in 1917
Two large artworks of Polygon Wood and Messines, plus a foot bridge used to cross the Douve near Messines and a stretcher that saw action at Passchendaele
This part of the exhibition presents the commemorative aspects, both then and now
Signposts from the battlefields
A long view down the first corridor of the exhibition
Looking back from the far corner