It was on the morning of 25th of April 1915 that the Anzac legend was born on the shores of Gallipoli in Turkey. Facing rough terrain and an enemy that was well prepared and dug in, our Anzacs fought on with bravery but were never able to move the Turks from the high ground. The next nine months turned into a stalemate, before an evacuation was organised.
Entry to the 2015 Anzac Day Dawn Service is limited, and attendance passes can only be obtained via a ballot run by Veterans’ Affairs and to avoid disappointment we will not be operating our normal Anzac Day tour for 2015. We offer our alternative Gallipolli Cruise 2015 a 36 day tour that includes touring of Gallipoli during the ANZAC Day period, but does not include attendance at the services on 25 April 2015 or choose our 100th Anniversary tour to commemorate the 2015 August Offensive and the Battle of Lone Pine, where official services commemorating the battle will be held at the Cove. The DVA have yet to announce the time of the service, though once they do, the services will be incorporated withing our arrangements.
We also offer a 5% discount on all tours to veterans of the armed forces and current serving members.
Gallipoli - 100th Anniversary tour to commemorate the 2015 August Offensive and the Battle of Lone Pine
Honour the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings and embark with us on a 36 day cruise on the elegant MSC Orchestra from Fremantle to Gallipoli