Raid on Gaba Tepe
|Conflict||First World War, 1914-1918|
|Date from||4 May 1915|
|Date to||4 May 1915|
|Alternative name||Gaba Tepe|
Australian attack on Gaba Tepe, Gallipoli The attack on Gaba Tepe, a promontory south of the main Australian positions at "ANZAC", by men of the 11th Battalion was an ill-conceived venture to deny the Turks a vantage point from which they could observe operations direct artillery fire around ANZAC Cove. The venture ended in failure.