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Detail of Bob Marchant painting

A Very Special Day

This resource for lower-primary teachers to use with their students looks at how Australians remember: the symbols, ceremonies, objects and stories that tell us about the past.

  1. Anzac Diversity

    Anzac Diversity is a collection of case studies exploring the ethnic diversity of the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) during the First World War.

  2. Sources: the conscription debate

    A selection of primary sources for exploring the conscription debates in 1916-17.

  3. Dust Off - Vietnam

    This resource explores the 'dust-off' process and the experience of wounded Australians returning home.

  4. Australian nurses (secondary)

    Australian nurses have been serving in war for over 100 years. Explore their service and sacrifice with these activities for Australian secondary students.

  1. Understanding Gallipoli

    This education package provides a summary of Australian service on Gallipoli in 1915, as well as telling personal stories of those who were there.

  2. Tobruk diaries

    Follow day-by-day the diaries of two men who were there: Chaplain Owen Thomas Cosgriff and Warrant Officer Class II Arthur Francis Bryant, AIF.

  3. Ben Quilty: After Afghanistan interpretive guide

    This guide for secondary students is intended to be used with the exhibition Ben Quilty: after Afghanistan

  4. Australian nurses (primary)

    Explore the service and sacrifice of Australian nurses in wartime with these activities for primary school students.