Welcome to the Gallipoli 2015 website

On Anzac Day in 2015 we marked the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli. A second commemorative service was held at Lone Pine on 6 August 2015, marking the centenary of the August Offensive.

Gallipoli has special significance to many Australians. For the families of those men who fought at Gallipoli, and in the many other battles and campaigns of the First World War, the centenary commemorations are particularly poignant.

The annual Anzac Day commemorations will be held at Gallipoli in 2016. While individuals are welcome to attend the Anzac Day services, visitors who are planning to attend are encouraged to register. The registration form will be available from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs website in late 2015.

Read more about the annual Anzac Day services at Gallipoli.








Large crowd gathers in front of 3 flags

Large crowds participate in the Anzac Day Dawn Service at the Anzac Commemorative Site, Gallipoli.