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The Premier’s Anzac Prize 2015


The Queensland Government recognises that Anzac Day is owned by all Australians and the tradition of respecting the sacrifice of our forefathers must be passed down through the coming generations.

In 2015, the Premier's Anzac Prize will give 70 eligible Queensland high school students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the Anzac tradition firsthand.

The prize includes study tour expenses including travel, insurance, accommodation, and meals.

The Premier's Anzac Prize 2015 is open to eligible Queensland high school students in Year 8-11 (in 2014).

You could win a place on a study tour to visit Gallipoli and the Western Front through The Premier’s Anzac Prize 2015.

To enter the competition, submit a two to five-minute multimedia presentation on:

• how the Anzac tradition has shaped our nation

• why the Anzac tradition is still important

• how generations can continue to keep the tradition alive

Applications close on Friday 19 September 2014.

For more information visit the Education website at or Ms Meggin Bahr, HOD Humanities
(07) 3824 9222