Centenary of Anzac in Ku-ring-gai
We invite you to learn more about our local history or get more involved in the Centenary of Anzac.
The Centenary of Anzac is a time to reflect on the sacrifice made by so many Australians and New Zealanders in World War I.
In Ku-ring-gai, our community has a long and proud history of volunteering to serve the nation. In World War 1, around 1,300 local men and women enlisted. Tragically, one in five lost their lives.
To honour their bravery and sacrifice, we are now undertaking a 4 year period of remembrance and commemoration to recognise their contribution to preserving freedom and the values Australians today enjoy as a way of life.
Learn more about the 1,300 locals who volunteered in the First World War.
Explore the connection between Ku-ring-gai and the French village of Pozieres.
Got an idea for a project to commemorate the Centenary of Anzac in Ku-ring-gai? Find out more.