Darwin students keep the Anzac spirit alive
Three Darwin students have returned from the trip of a lifetime as part of the 2017 Chief Ministers Anzac Spirit Study Tour.
The study tour educates students on the importance of Anzac Day, Australia’s involvement in various conflicts since and the importance of peacekeeping missions today.
Students Danica Jenner, Braeden Parnell and Lovina Koch embarked on a 10-day tour of the Western Front. They visited battlefields of significance to Australians and the Anzacs in Belgium and France and attended the Anzac Day Dawn Service in Villers-Bretonneux.
In 2018, Anzac Day will mark 100 years since the Second Battle of Villers-Bretonneux. In honour of this significant milestone the Northern Territory Government are giving 15 students and three chaperones the opportunity to participate in the 2018 tour. To find out more and to enter please visit 2018 Chief Minister’s Anzac Spirit Study Tour.