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Apply for the Queensland Veterans’ Memorial Grants Program

Veterans’ groups and other eligible community organisations can apply for grants up to $30,000 (exclusive GST) to create or conserve memorials.

This funding will assist communities in their endeavours to further recognise the many selfless Queenslanders who have served and sacrificed, in all wars and peacekeeping operations.

The first round is currently open for applications and will close at 9 pm on Sunday 10 March 2019. Visit the Queensland Veterans’ Memorial Grants Program for more details or to apply.

For information on further services and supports available to ex-members of the Australian Defence Force—including employment pathways, accommodation support, concessions and more—visit the Queensland Government Veterans’ portal.

Explore the Anzac Legacy Gallery

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Now open at Queensland Museum, the new Anzac Legacy Gallery tells the fascinating story of the First World War in Queensland.

Visit Queensland Museum to discover stories, objects and journeys that trace how the war changed the face of Queensland and continues to shape our lives, a century later.

The Premier's Anzac Prize

Premier's Anzac Prize 2018

Continuing into 2019, the Premier's Anzac Prize provides the opportunity for high school students to experience the Anzac tradition first-hand and how the Anzac legacy relates to modern Australian life.

Queensland’s Armistice Commemorations

On 11 November 2018, Queensland marked the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice—the agreement that led to the end of the First World War. There were many opportunities to join your community to commemorate this important milestone during the Anzac Centenary.

Visit the Queensland Government’s Remembrance Day website to see how Queenslanders remembered.