Officially named ANZAC Day in 1916, one year after the arrival in Gallipoli, the 25th April is the day to remember the sacrifice made by those who died during military operations. This is not a day that marks military triumph, rather a day that is central to Australia’s national pride and identity. It is the first campaign Australia and New Zealand joined forces for, fighting as independent nations, and a day that remembers the courageous soldiers who left us a powerful legacy.