School booking form

Bookings are essential for all programs.

Please complete the Schools Booking Form stating the date and time you would like to visit. You will receive a response within ten working days.

Please don’t make travel arrangements until you have received a confirmation email with your booking confirmation letter attached.

Ensure that you identify potential risks during your visit and review the Terms and Conditions of your booking.

For all other enquiries please contact the Anzac Memorial Learning Team on:

Ph: (02) 8262 2904
Email: education@anzacmemorial.nsw.gov.au

School Details
Teacher's Contact Details
Visit Details
Which Workshop/Tour Would You Like to Book?

For a full description of all education workshops and tours available at the Anzac Memorial, please see more information for primary and secondary groups.

* Schools that do not wish to attend a workshop but would still like to visit the Anzac Memorial may book a self-guided tour. Please indicate your preferred time and date below. If you would like to enquire whether it is possible to book a self-guided tour outside of these times, please contact education@anzacmemorial.nsw.gov.au or (02) 8262 2904. Bookings are limited to 30 students per visit.

Booking Preference

Please use the dropdown options below to indicate your preferred dates for your selected workshop or tour.

First preference
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Confirmation and payment

An invoice will be attached to your booking confirmation letter and we encourage prompt payment to secure your booking. Payment can be made by EFT or cheque.

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Click submit to send your information. Please do not shut your web browser while your form is being processed and a confirmation of receipt appears. You will also receive a confirmation email with a copy of your booking enquiry.

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On this day

On this day
18 July

1917 — An observer, aloft in a balloon from HMAS HUON, sighted an Austrian submarine on the surface in the Adriatic Sea. The submarine dived and escaped before HUON could get to it

1942 — Australian troops attacked and captured Trig22 on MAKH KHAD RIDGE during the fighting around EL ALAMEIN, Egypt

1960 — The first Junior Recruits (boys aged 15-16) commenced training at HMAS LEEUWIN, Fremantle, WA. The JR scheme continued for 24 years and over 12,000 young sailors graduated to the RAN