Name of march Date Starting point End point Distance (miles) Numbers
Start

Arrival

Coo-ees 10 Oct - 12 Nov 1915 Gilgandra Sydney 320 30

263

Waratahs 30 November –
17 December 1915
Nowra Sydney 100 50

120

Kangaroos 1 December 1915 –
7 January 1916
Wagga Wagga Sydney 350 88

230

Wallabies 1.December 1915 –
8 January 1916
Narrabri Newcastle 300 38

173

Dungarees November 1915 Warwick, Qld Brisbane 160 30

125

Men from Snowy River 6 – 29 January 1916 Delegate Goulburn 220 30

144

Kurrajongs January 1916 Inverell Narrabri 160 114

150

Kookaburras 12 January –
3 February 1916
Tooraweenah Bathurst 210 23

100

North Coast Boomerangs January 1916 – Grafton Maitland 320 27

240

Central West Boomerangs 19 January 1916 -
5 February 1916
Parkes Bathurst 185 71

202

 

Note: this list is not comprehensive. It includes only the best known marches.

Source

Ernest Scott, Australia during the war, The Official History of Australia in the War of 1914–1918, vol. XI (Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1941): 316