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Centenary of Armistice
62,000 Poppies Display
A display of 62,000 handcrafted, red poppies on the Memorial's grounds is the centrepiece of commemorations, symbolically representing Australian lives lost in the First World War.
The 62,000 Poppies Display is by the founders of the 5,000 Poppies project.
John Murray's Great War Diary
The ground-breaking diary that tells the story of Australia in the Great War through the eyes of would-be journalist, aspiring artist and young soldier, John Murray. Available as e-Book, Audiobook and Collectible Diary.
Bears to School
The remarkable campaign that is keeping the Anzac Spirit alive in Australian schools – one teddy bear at a time. Be part of the Bears to School story by donating a bear to a school of your choice.
Great War Bear Collection
The most comprehensive range of teddy bears commemorating Australia in the Great War. Each limited edition bear tells a different story of service through its historically accurate uniform, insignia, equipment and personal identity disc.
Centenary of Armistice Commemorative Range
An exclusive range of commemorative items to mark 100 years since the Armistice of 1918, featuring Australian designs inspired by a generation’s sacrifice and a nation’s gratitude.
Spirit of Remembrance Bear
Inspired by the time-honoured heritage of traditional British and continental mohair teddy bears, the Spirit of Remembrance bear hearkens back one hundred years – to a time when so much was lost, and when our nation made a Promise to Remember.
Australia in the Great War Collections
The world’s most comprehensive range of commemorative products dedicated to Australia in the Great War.
Read Our Stories
Australia in the Great War has been at the forefront of sharing our history during the Centenary of Anzac through our Military Voice platform.
More about Australia in the Great War
Since 2014, Australia in the Great War has brought Australia’s First World War history to millions of people across the world. During this time, Australia in the Great War has donated more than $1million in direct funding to support today’s veterans.