The Western Front was the name given to the trenches that were dug between the coast of Belgium and the Swiss border. It was here that our Anzac's helped fight the German's in muddy, cold and horrific conditions during WW1. The sound of artillery shells was a constant companion as one in two Anzac soldiers was a casualty of the battlefields.
Whilst we read how our countrymen fought with courage and determination you need to visit these revered landmarks to see the scars of battle and learn about the conditions our brave soldiers faced.Our travel tours of the Western Front give an excellent understanding of WWI battlefield history. Walking around the many battle sites of the Somme and Ypres will leave lasting memories.
The D-Day landings occurred on the 06 June 1944 in Normandy, France. Our new Normandy Landings tour gives you the opportunity to explore the beaches that were crucial to the Allied assault upon Hitler's "Fortress Europe" as well as visiting Pegasus Bridge, Pointe Du Hoc and other strategic WW 2 Military sites.
We also offer a 5% discount on all tours to veterans of the armed forces and current serving members
Our Western Front ANZAC Day Tour travels through France and Belgium, culminating in ANZAC Day at Villers Bretonneux.
A tour designed for those with limited time to see the Somme battlefields and attend the ANZAC Day Service at Villers-Bretonneux.
3 Day fully escorted tour exploring the Australian battlefields of WW1 in France and Belgium
A one day tour of the important 1916 Somme Battlefields around Amiens.
Includes transport and historian.
Celebrate Anzac Day on our special Western Front tour includes a luxury river cruise along the Rhine and Danube Rivers preceeded by a personalized guided tour of the Somme with one of our professional historians.
July 2016 is the 100th anniversary of the first time the AIF saw action on the Western Front.Our exclusive Western Front tour visits the significant battlefields and includes a luxury river cruise
Visit the D-Day Landing Beaches, crucial WW2 battlefields in Normandy,Pegasus Bridge, Omaha Beach, American War Cemetery, Pointe du Hoc,The Corridor of Death along with Monet's Gardens at Giverny the historical Bayeux Tapestry and various Castles and French Chateaux
2014 marks 100 years since WW1 began and this cruise focuses on the ‘Great War’ with fascinating onboard lectures combined with the opportunity to explore the WW2 landing beaches in Normandy.
Anzac Day at the Australian National Memorial, Villers Bretonneux 2014